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[Part of] your Dec., 4th change to libf2c/


On the 4th of December last year, you changed the build of libf2c to use
object lists with libtool.

As part of (but as far as I can see, independent of) this change, you
updated libf2c/ as follows:

 install: all
        $(LIBTOOL) --mode=install $(INSTALL_DATA) $(LIBG2C)
-       (cd $(libsubdir)/$(MULTISUBDIR) ; mv -f $(LIBG2C_BASE).*
        $(INSTALL_DATA) libfrtbegin.a $(libsubdir)/$(MULTISUBDIR)

[ See:

Alhough the original shell command wasn't right, this one isn't either. 
The net effect of this change is that[0.[0.0]] now resides in


in stead of


as[.1] et al. do.

This is probably the main reason why Andreas Jaeger's SPECfp2000 run
doesn't show any Fortran results as of Dec 4th anymore.

Please advise on a way to get[0.[0.0]] in the right directory.


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