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On Aug 20, 2012, at 11:12 AM, David Warren wrote:
> The biggest issue you may have is that gnu fortran does not support all the fortran constructs that all the others do. Most fortrans have supported the standard plus the DEC extentions. Gnu fortran does not quite get all the standards.Intel fortran does support them all, and I believe that portland group and absoft may also.
In my experience most recent versions of gfortran (at least 4.5, maybe earlier)
support about as large a set of standards as anything else (with the exception of a
few F2003 things, but then again, (almost) no one supports those comprehensively).
Definitely all of F95 + approved extensions. Non-standard extensions (DEC,
Cray Pointers pre F2003) are another matter - I don't know about those.