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critical impact:

some compiler directives - unavailable; future availability planned (CrUn317)

F90 Impacts

Problem description

The ALIAS, ATTRIBUTES, FREEFORM and NOFREEFORM, REFERENCE, C, and VALUE compiler directives exist on Tru64 UNIX but not on HP-UX.

The ALIAS directive lets you specify an alternate external name to be used when referring to external subprograms. This can be useful when compiling applications written for other platforms that have different naming conventions.

The ATTRIBUTES directive lets you specify properties for data objects and procedures.

The FREEFORM directive specifies that source code is in free-form format. The NOFREEFORM directive specifies that source code is in fixed-form format.


Fortran DirectivesALIAS Fortran DirectivesFREEFORM Fortran DirectivesREFERENCE  
Fortran DirectivesATTRIBUTES Fortran DirectivesNOFREEFORM Fortran DirectivesVALUE  

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Solution description

Support for these compiler directives is under consideration and is expected to be in the next release of Fortran compiler for HP-UX.

Monitor the release notes for the HP Fortran compiler for information on new compiler directive support.

Problem summary

classifications source types OS release severity type
F90 Fortran any HP-UX 11i version critical unavailable
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