[Developers] fortran PROVIDES FUNCTION example?

Erik Schnetter schnetter at uni-tuebingen.de
Thu Jan 22 06:10:19 CST 2004

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On Thursday 22 January 2004 12:55, Ian Hawke wrote:
> On Thu, 22 Jan 2004, Erik Schnetter wrote:
> > > Is this anything that would eventually become deprecated as well?
> >
> > There are cases where this is the only solution, because everything
> > else would be too clumsy and slow.  But the Cactus philosophy says
> > that all thorns should be independent -- hence there is a clash of
> > interests.
> I think it's already slightly deprecated, as you have to put in the
> makefile magic to make certain the thorns compile in the right order
> (entry in the FAQ somewhere). This ties you to using a given thorn
> instead of an implementation.

The makefile magic went away a few days ago...  In order to have Fortran 
interface declarations for the flesh functions, it was necessary to 
extend the automatic dependency checking from #include to Fortran 
include and use statements.  The "requires thorns" entry in the 
configuration.ccl is what causes the compile time and link time 

- -erik

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