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Re: [documentation, fortran] more intrinsics
Daniel Franke wrote:
2007-03-08 Daniel Franke <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* intrinsic.texi (GERROR, ISATTY, TTYNAM): New.
(ABORT, FLUSH, FNUM, IRAND, MALLOC, SIGNAL, SRAND): Fixed typo.
- * intrinsic.c (add_subroutines): Changed dummy argument name
- of gerror from count to result.
+ * intrinsic.c (add_subroutines): Adjusted dummy argument names
+ of GERROR and TTYNAM.
Tested info, dvi and html targets on x86-pc-linux-gnu.
Ok for trunk and possibly for 4.2?
I can't officially okay this, but it all looks OK to me, with the
exception of some minor nitpicks:
* You've got "shall be" in place of "Shall be" in some of your argument
* TTYNAME, according to your code examples, is both a subroutine and a
function. It should thus have "Subroutine, non-elemental function" as
the Class entry, and the description should have the paragraph, "This
intrinsic is provided in both subroutine and function forms; however,
only one form can be used in any given program unit." See CHMOD for an
example to copy.
Thanks very much for looking into this!
Please commit the .texi patches to trunk and 4.2 at the same time; I've
been keeping the two versions synchronized as much as possible to make
sure that everything relevant gets backported. The intrinsic.c patch
looks like a trivial wrong-code patch, and thus IMO is also appropriate