Source code for waflib.Tools.compiler_fc

#!/usr/bin/env python
# encoding: utf-8

import re
from waflib import Utils, Logs
from waflib.Tools import fc

fc_compiler = {
	'win32'  : ['gfortran','ifort'],
	'darwin' : ['gfortran', 'g95', 'ifort'],
	'linux'  : ['gfortran', 'g95', 'ifort'],
	'java'   : ['gfortran', 'g95', 'ifort'],
	'default': ['gfortran'],
	'aix'    : ['gfortran']
Dict mapping the platform names to lists of names of Fortran compilers to try, in order of preference::

	from waflib.Tools.compiler_c import c_compiler
	c_compiler['linux'] = ['gfortran', 'g95', 'ifort']

def default_compilers():
	build_platform = Utils.unversioned_sys_platform()
	possible_compiler_list = fc_compiler.get(build_platform, fc_compiler['default'])
	return ' '.join(possible_compiler_list)

[docs]def configure(conf): """ Detects a suitable Fortran compiler :raises: :py:class:`waflib.Errors.ConfigurationError` when no suitable compiler is found """ try: test_for_compiler = conf.options.check_fortran_compiler or default_compilers() except AttributeError: conf.fatal("Add options(opt): opt.load('compiler_fc')") for compiler in re.split('[ ,]+', test_for_compiler): conf.env.stash() conf.start_msg('Checking for %r (Fortran compiler)' % compiler) try: conf.load(compiler) except conf.errors.ConfigurationError as e: conf.env.revert() conf.end_msg(False) Logs.debug('compiler_fortran: %r', e) else: if conf.env.FC: conf.end_msg(conf.env.get_flat('FC')) conf.env.COMPILER_FORTRAN = compiler conf.env.commit() break conf.env.revert() conf.end_msg(False) else: conf.fatal('could not configure a Fortran compiler!')
[docs]def options(opt): """ This is how to provide compiler preferences on the command-line:: $ waf configure --check-fortran-compiler=ifort """ test_for_compiler = default_compilers() opt.load_special_tools('fc_*.py') fortran_compiler_opts = opt.add_option_group('Configuration options') fortran_compiler_opts.add_option('--check-fortran-compiler', default=None, help='list of Fortran compiler to try [%s]' % test_for_compiler, dest="check_fortran_compiler") for x in test_for_compiler.split(): opt.load('%s' % x)