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fortran tests similar with C tests ?

From: Patrice Dumas
Subject: fortran tests similar with C tests ?
Date: Tue, 12 Oct 2004 01:41:20 +0200
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I am in need of features existing in autoconf for C, but in fortran, and it
seems (according to the manual) that there are no counterpart for those
macros (autoconf 2.59). For example I would need a way to find the endianess 
(like AC_C_BIGENDIAN), if the compiler interprets \ as in C or as in the 
fortran standard, and the native size of integers (although AC_CHECK_SIZEOF 
may be the solution, it seems C oriented).

Is there a specific reason why these kind of tests are not part of autoconf,
while the C tests are there ? Is it because the C tests can be used ? If it
is the case, maybe it could be said in the manual ?


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