gfortran | 9.3.1 missing FINDLOC?

Jonathan Wakely
Tue Mar 30 15:22:49 GMT 2021

On Tue, 30 Mar 2021 at 16:14, Evan Cooch wrote:
> Many thanks. That gave me a clue. Turns out that if I statically link
> libgfortran (-static-libgfortran), findloc is found (unavoidable irony).
> But, if I use a dynamic link, it is not staying with the scl env, and is
> using the libgfortran that CentOS 7 (and RHEL 7) defaults to, which is
> << gcc 9. Which, if I'd stoped to think about it, sort of makes sense.

If you're using gfortran from devtoolset then linking to the from the base OS is the whole point of devtoolset. New
symbols that aren't in the base are supposed to be
statically linked into the executable. Please open a bug at about this.

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