I found that libgomp installs $PREFIX/include/omp_lib.f90, even in case
the Fortran frontend has not been configured nor built, for example when
configuring with --enable-languages=c,c++,objc,java --disable-libgcj.
include/omp_lib.mod and include/omp_lib_kinds.mod are not installed in
this case, so I assume installing include/omp_lib.f90 is just an oversight?
Subject: Re: New: libgomp installs include/omp_lib.f90 even if Fortran is not built
"gerald at pfeifer dot com" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
| I found that libgomp installs $PREFIX/include/omp_lib.f90, even in case
should not this be versioned as other components do (e.g. C++ header
(In reply to comment #1)
> should not this be versioned as other components do (e.g. C++ header
That is a different bug which was already filed, PR 25938.
Subject: Bug 25984
Date: Wed Feb 15 07:46:39 2006
New Revision: 111018
* Make-lang.in (install-finclude-dir): New goal.
(fortran.install-common): Depend on install-finclude-dir.
* lang-specs.h: If not -nostdinc, add -I finclude.
* Makefile.am (fincludedir): New variable.
(nodist_include_HEADERS): Remove Fortran files.
(nodist_finclude_HEADERS): New variable.
* Makefile.in: Regenerated.