f90parse — Shell scripts that executes the right parsers and IL analyzers
Fortran file is the source file for which a program database (PDB) file is generated. The filename of the PDB file will have the basename of the Fortran file and the suffix ".pdb".
You can also specify additional flags necessary for your program to compile. The configure script will determine most, if not all, flags and incorporate these in cparse. Local options, such as an application include directory, can be specified here.
Fixed form for source. By default, the form is free. In fixed
form positions (columns) 1-5 can be used only for lables,
position 6 is for continuation and a "C" or "*" is for comment
lines. The main program must fall in positions 7-72.
Adds a directory dir to the list of directories searched
for INCLUDE statements.
Specifies a list of directories for searching module
definition files. Members of the list must be separated by
semicolon. While modules are defined or used this option is
Suppress folding constant expressions but those that either are
public constant values of modules or define parameters of type.
Issue remarks, which are diagnostic messages even milder than
Case sensitivity for identifiers.
Disable implicit typing of identifiers. This has the same
effect as IMPLICIT NONE statement as applied to the file.
Warn about use of non-F90 features, disable features that
conflict with F90.
Generate raw listing information in the file lfile. This
information is used to generate a formatted listing where each
line begins with a key character that identifies the type:
N - Normal line
S - Comment line
R - Remark diagnostics
W - Warning diagnostics
E - Error diagnostics
C - Catastrophic error diagnostics.
The Fortran 90 parser included in PDT adheres very strictly to the F90 language specification and does not comply with extensions to the language typically implemented by vendors. This includes real*8 or integer*8 types, kind parameters, and some continuation fields in fixed form. In some cases, the source must be modified to comply with the standard before the PDT front-end can parse the program. f95parse may be used to parse codes that f90parse cannot handle.