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Re: [patch, fortran] Implement VOLATILE statement/attribute (PR 29601)


On Sat, Nov 04, 2006 at 09:17:34PM +0100, Tobias Burnus wrote:
> 
> "In the selected standard, the ALLOCATABLE attribute at %C is not
> allowed in a TYPE definition"
> "New in Fortran 2003: [...] style array constructors at %C"
> "New in Fortran 2003: ENUM AND ENUMERATOR at %C"
> "Fortran 2003: IOMSG tag at %L"
> "Fortran 2003: %s specifier in %s statement at %C has value '%s'"
> "Fortran 2003: FLUSH statement at %C"
> "Internal file at %L is incompatible with namelist"
> "Fortran 2003: PARAMETER symbol in complex constant at %C"
> "Fortran 2003: CHAR intrinsic allowed as actual argument at %L"
> 
> Clearest would be probably something like the following, but this is
> rather long:
> 
> "In the selected standard, the ALLOCATABLE attribute at %C is not
> allowed in a TYPE definition. (Allowed since Fortran 2003)"
> 

Tobias,

Personally, I think we should change all of the above to
"Fortran 2003:".  That is, drop the "New in" and change
"In the selected standard".  The latter seems just too
wordy.

-- 
Steve


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