interface to Absoft Fortran 90 compiler 



ncf90 [-c] [-e epsym] [-g] [-l library] [-L directory] [-m] [-M] [-o output] [-O] [-s] [-S] [-u symname] [-VS num] [-Woption] [-x] files...


The ncf90 command serves as an interface to the Absoft Fortran 90 compiler, version 5.0 or later. This command is for development on the NuTCRACKER Platform.



compiles only—does not link.

-e epsym  

is a linker option (passed through).


produces additional debugging information in the compiled object modules.

-L directory  

if linking, adds the directory to the list of directories that are searched by the linker for libraries.

-l library  

if linking, adds the specified library to the list of libraries to be searched.


complains about multiply defined symbols.


produces a link map.

-o output  

specifies the name of the output file.


instructs the compiler to generate optimized code.


produces assembly code listing.


when linking, strips debugging information from the output file.

-u symname  

when linking, adds an undefined reference to symname.

-VS num  

is passed through to /VERSION linker switch.


uses verbose mode in processing ccg script.


specifies an option that is to be passed either to the Fortran compiler or to the linker with the leading -W removed. The options—subsystem, def, base, entry, implib, machine, map, stack, out, and dll—are passed to the linker; all others are passed to the compiler.


when linking, strips debugging information related to local symbols from the output file.


Possible exit status values are:


Successful completion.


An error occurred.


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