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Re: PR19352: proposed patch


+ PR libgfortran/19352

That's libfortran and not libgfortran.


!     internal_error ("Recursive library calls not allowed");
!     runtime_error ("Calling I/O from a function within an I/O list is not allowed.");

Are we sure this can only happen in "I/O lists"? I'm trying to think of other circonstances where that error could happen and that would not be strictly speaking "Calling I/O from a function within an I/O list"...


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