From: John Harper <john.har...@vuw.ac.nz>
Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2012 10:45:47 +1300
Local: Sun, Oct 14 2012 5:45 pm
Subject: Re: Coarray Support in OpenUH Compiler
Deepak Eachempati wrote:That sounds as if it does not support all of f2003. Is there a list of all
> I just wanted to notify those who are interested in a free compiler
> You can download a tarball of the prebuilt compiler or, if you wish,
> I am interested in getting feedback from the community on all aspects of
> A few notes about the implementation:
> (1) OpenUH should support all the coarray features that are in Fortran
> (2) The runtime can be built against GASNet (1.18.2) or ARMCI (5.0). These
> (3) The compiler name is uhcaf. The launcher program is cafrun. E.g.
> # compile the program and links in the necessary runtime libraries:
> # run the executable with 4 images, more options available with --help
> (4) Performance is something we're focused on improving. We leverage the
> x(:) = y(:)[p]
> will get you better performance than this:
> do i=lbound(x), ubound(x)
> Another performance limitation is the compiler doesn't yet generate
> I hope the community finds this useful, and again I welcome any feedback
the f2003 and f2008 features that are supported? (Some of us still have to
avoid using f2003 features in 2012 because we test our programs with all the
compilers we have, and different compilers have implemented different things
that were not in f95.)
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