[Patch, Fortran, 4.9] Minor FINAL preparation patch

Tobias Burnus burnus@net-b.de
Thu Mar 21 08:57:00 GMT 2013

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Tobias Burnus wrote:
> Dear all,
> this small patch fixes some small issues with the current FINAL 
> implementation, which is still disabled. Namely:
> (a) class.c: TRANSFER has an optional size= argument; if one doesn't 
> has an actual-argument (which can be expr == NULL), it segfaults.
> (b) class.c: SIZE needs to return an index-size-kind integer not a 
> default-kind integer (tree checking error, but potentially also wrong 
> code)
> (c) trans.c: Scalar coarrays (with -fcoarray=lib) were mishandled - 
> they also use an array descriptor
> Build and regtested on x86-64-gnu-linux.
> OK?
> (I target 4.9 with this patch; in principle, it could also be applied 
> to 4.8: The code is not used, yet, and thus it shouldn't harm on 4.8 
> but there is also no benefit.)
> The full patch, which enables finalization and regtests is available 
> at: https://userpage.physik.fu-berlin.de/~tburnus/final/ – The patch 
> still requires some clean up. In addition, finalization (with a user 
> FINAL subroutine) is mishandled for allocatable INTENT(OUT) as 
> gfortran handles it (at least partially) in the caller (trans-expr.c's 
> gfc_conv_procedure_call) and not in the callee (trans-decl.c). That 
> will lead to not finalizing and segfaults at run time. There are more 
> issues, but for an experimental implementation, fixing this issue 
> should be enough. (Note: the .mod version should be bumped to force 
> recompilation, which is required due to the ABI change of the vtable.)
> Tobias

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