CBFortran setup using Lahey Fortran compiler

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Jul 18, 2020, 8:40:01 PM7/18/20
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Hello all,

I've reached the point where Notepad++ doesn't cut it as a Fortran coding tool and have so far found Code::Blocks to be the best tool for the job (tried Eclipse, Visual Studio and a few other tools).

While I can compile with gfortran.exe and use Lahey for the final build, it would be preferable to be able to do the whole job using Lahey.

Can the toolchain be customised, including switches?

If so, can someone point me in the right direction for info on how to do so, or the config settings/files that would need tweaked to do so?

Many thanks!


P.S. Glad to see Fortran still alive and kicking in so many places!

Darius Markauskas

Jul 19, 2020, 2:03:27 PM7/19/20
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Yes, it is possible to add an additional compiler to C::B. A compiler is described in two text files in
<C::B>/share/codeblocks/compilers/ directory:

You can add such files for Lahey Fortran if you want. No recompilation of C::B is required.
If you need some help, let me know. Such addition can be useful for other C::B users too.

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Jul 20, 2020, 6:11:29 PM7/20/20
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Sounds like a good idea to me, Darmar.  Will get back to you.
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