Lahey/Fujitsu Fortran

Automake

AUTOMAKE is a simple-to-use tool for re-building a program after you have made changes to Fortran and/or C source code. It examines the creation times of all the source, object and module files, and recompiles wherever it finds that an object or module file is non existent, empty or out of date. In doing this, it takes account not only of changes or additions to the source code files, but also changes or additions to MODULEs and INCLUDEd files - even when nested. For example, if you change a file which is INCLUDEd in half a dozen source files, AUTOMAKE ensures that these files are re-compiled. In the case of Fortran 95, AUTOMAKE ensures that modules are recompiled from the bottom up, taking full account of module dependencies.

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