[Bug fortran/106005] (F2023) Support for REDUCE clause in DO CONCURRENT loop
wileamyp at outlook dot com
Fri Jun 17 14:56:50 GMT 2022
--- Comment #5 from Wileam Yonatan Phan <wileamyp at outlook dot com> ---
I think I recognize you from the Fortran-lang Discourse forum!
> The committee is ready to vote, but it is still a non-existent standard.
That's technically true, since the votes haven't been cast, yet.
> The first thing required for gfortran to support any F2023 feature would be the addition of a -std=f2023. This has not been implemented, yet.
That is correct, and I guess work on implementing the `-std=f2023` flag will
start as soon as the standard is agreed upon and published. Do you know when
the committee will meet to vote?
> I'll also note that things don't magically appear in gfortran. Someone has to implement it.
Hopefully I will be able to implement this particular part (REDUCE) as part of
my GSoC '22 project
second phase of the project specifically addresses support in the parser, and
the third phase implements the actual parallelization.
So, my intention on filing this bug is to have a public record for tracking my
project's progress. I'll also periodically blog about it at
Wish me luck!
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