David (Gunter) -
Which version of Open MPI are you using? It looks like the 1.7 series
does not declare the internal version (GREEK / SVN) in the Fortran
headers, so this shouldn't be a problem going forward.
On 11/22/13 8:39 AM, "Dave Goodell (dgoodell)" <dgoodell_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>Jeff Squyres is usually our Fortran expert for this sort of issue, but
>he's on vacation until after the Thanksgiving holiday in the US. So
>please expect a modest delay in (properly) responding to your question.
>On Nov 21, 2013, at 9:37 AM, "Gunter, David O" <dog_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> We have a user complaining about warnings he is getting from his
>>Fortran 95 code.
>> The Intel compilers throw out this warning:
>> warning #7346: The CHARACTER* form of a CHARACTER declaration is an
>>obsolescent feature in Fortran 95.
>> The warning stems from the following two lines in <mpi
>> character*32 OMPI_GREEK_VERSION
>> character*32 OMPI_SVN_VERSION
>> Can we simply change those lines to the following:
>> character(len=32) OMPI_GREEK_VERSION
>> character(len=32) OMPI_SVN_VERSION
>> What would break if that happened?
>> David Gunter
>> Los Alamos National Laboratory
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Brian W. Barrett
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