[Debichem-devel] Bug#465723: mopac7 -- please do not use g2c.

Daniel Leidert daniel.leidert at wgdd.de
Mon Feb 25 03:25:57 UTC 2008



I wonder if we really win something by changing from libg2c0-dev to
libf2c2-dev. Maybe an alternative (I'm not familiar enough here, so
please don't hesitate to comment my proposal):

We could take fortran/Makefile.am and put the library creation stuff
into it and use the FORTRAN sources. instead of the f2c-generated C
sources. That requires copying libmopac7.c and libmopac7.h from src/
into fortran and running autoreconf. So we can maybe drop the
libg2c0/libf2c2 dependency completely for the library. Also the
application seems to have a FORTRAN source.

I attach the necessary Makefile.am to this mail. However, atm this fails
for me at:

> esp.f:948.72:
>          OPEN(21,STATUS='NEW')                                          
>                                                                        1
> Error: The STATUS specified in OPEN statement at (1) is 'NEW' and no FILE specifier is present
> [..]
> esp.f:2357.72:
>          OPEN(21,STATUS='NEW')                                          
>                                                                        1
> Error: The STATUS specified in OPEN statement at (1) is 'NEW' and no FILE specifier is present

I'm not familiar with FORTRAN and I miss time to examine this atm.
Reading the docs I think, maybe a "scratch file" should be opened, so I
removed the STATUS stuff and then it compiles some more files. But it
stops at:

> symtrz.f:1045.30:
>       DATA TOLER,IFRA /  0.1, '????'/                                   
>                              1
> Error: Incompatible types in assignment at (1), CHARACTER(1) to INTEGER(4)

After fixing this one and a typo (s/NAMES/NAME) a few lines later (CCed
Tommi Hassinen with this mail), it compiles, but it fails with:

.libs/fdate.o: In function `fdate_':
/usr/local/src/Packages/mopac7/mopac7-1.13/fortran/fdate.c:27: undefined
reference to `s_copy'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status

This is because fortran/fdate.c uses s_copy(). If we can replace this
one too (not hard): Is there anything that prevents us from directly
compiling the FORTRAN sources to create the library and program?

CCed Tommi Hassinen

Regards, Daniel
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lib_LTLIBRARIES= libmopac7.la

libmopac7_la_LDFLAGS = -version-info 1:13:0

libmopac7_la_SOURCES = $(EXTRA_DIST) libmopac7.c

libmopac7includedir = $(includedir)/mopac7

libmopac7include_HEADERS = libmopac7.h

noinst_PROGRAMS = mopac7
mopac7_SOURCES = mopac7app.f
mopac7_LDFLAGS = -lmopac7 -lm

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