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Re: Emacs and GFortran

From: Steven Bosscher
Subject: Re: Emacs and GFortran
Date: Fri, 3 Nov 2006 08:06:33 +0100

On 11/3/06, Alfred M. Szmidt <address@hidden> wrote:
I really do not wish to partake in this anymore, but I cannot let this

   Should gfortran conform to the GNU standards? Preferably yes.  But
   if no developer (volunteer!) cares to make it so, tough luck but it
   is not going to happen.

I volunteered.

Yes, and that's really sweet of you.

 And now you are calling me of all people hostile and
on top of that ignorant?

No, I call you "not listening"...

You've been told many times now that the patches you posted are just
wrong. But you still insist that you've posted the solution and that
everyone should just ignore the fact that you:
a) did not test the patch
b) did not understand the parts of the compiler you're changing

The fix in question is so trivial that it
takes more time to read your message than actually fixing it!

Not listening.

Kargl might have not been very cooperative,

It is no wonder
why gfortran has so few volunteer when they try to chase away anyone
who tries to contribute anything to the project.


I don't know what project you're looking at, but it seems to me that
gfortran no problem at all to attract developers.  Granted,
discussions like this one don't help. But there are, I don't know, 12?
15? active gfortran developers, and that's more than any other front

If you want to make a point, don't use such rediculous arguments.


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