I am stuck on compiling SPEC benchmark programs.
I could successfully compile and run my pass on SPEC CPU2006 C and C++ programs.
However, I couldn’t compile SPEC CPU2006 FORTRAN programs.
Note: I am using the make utility to run my pass on SPEC programs.
Any idea on how to compile FORTRAN programs using make (instead of LNT)?
Since the mid-90's it's "Fortran" without all caps.
If you have an unmodified version of SPEC CPU then you can just use those included Makefiles.
Wouldn't dragonegg (gcc->llvm) support Fortran, as part of the gcc
family of frontends?
Is that available in latest llvm release and or worth anything? I'm not sure the advantage of that vs a real FC compiler..
Yes, how well it works is a separate question.
I thought Duncan no longer had time to maintain it, so it may or may not
work with recent versions of GCC.
I am trying to configure NAG Fortran as front end.
@Bergstrom: What is this FC compiler?