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Re: [RFC] Contributing tree-ssa to mainline
On Saturday 17 January 2004 2:30 pm, Scott Robert Ladd wrote:
> Other Pros:
> We would have a working Fortran 95 compiler.
I'd be careful making claims like this:)
My current views on the status of gfortran is as follows:
Gfortran requires much of the tree-ssa infrastructure (GENERIC, etc.), and
will probably not be merged without it.
There is a good chance it will not be a complete replcement for g77 in time
for gcc 3.5. Hopefully it will be usable as a f95 compiler, but it will most
likley still have rough edges.
It is pretty much conformant to gcc coding standards. AFAIK the only thing
we're missing is a full description of the gfortran specific compiler
g77 will probably never be made to work with tree-ssa. IMHO such effort would
be better directed towards making gfortran work properly.