Lahey/Fujitsu Fortran 95 Linux64 Pro v8.1
The update program archive below will update the
current version of your product to the latest maintenance release
version. This is only for owners of the same numbered version of the
To update, download the archive below and save it to
the update sub-directory of the LF64 v8.1 installation. See the README in the archive (or below) for more
The maintenance version is
the alpha character after the version number. It is displayed by
specifying the --version compiler option. The update program
will update your product from any previous maintenance version.
LF64 Pro v8.10b update program archive. Last updated 3/02/09.
The downloaded file lf64v8.1_b_pro_patch.tgz
should be 4,120,769 bytes.
LF64 v8.1 Readme
Please read this before downloading and installing the update program.
Projected release date for next update: (Undetermined)
LF64 v8.1 Bug Fix Descriptions
Bug Fixes in v8.10b
WRITE(*,'(a)') was missing the first character on output
Programs were terminating abnormally when allocatable component
was specified in the derived type with SAVE attribute.
real,allocatable :: a(:)
type(t),allocatable,save :: ta(:)
The execution performance was worse when a dummy argument was
associated with actual argument of array section, and the issue
call sub( array(:,:,1),i,j,k )
Executable programs were terminating abnormally when intrinsic
function SIN and COS were specified together in a loop.
The compiler was terminating abnormally when the program that
uses nested loops was compiled with -O2 or higher option.
The program was terminating abnormally when an OpenMP
or automatic-parallelized program was built as shared library.
Bug Fixes in v8.10a
--blocksize now supported correctly
--xref: Seg fault fixed due to bad managed buffer and incorrect creation of temp. files
--inline and -x now supported correctly
Licence Errors have been improved so compiler continues working if ethernet is disconnected
Improved syntax validation of email during installation to fix HTTP_POST_ERROR messages
bash_setup and csh_setup renamed to bash_laheyfort_setup and csh_laheyfort_setup to make uninstallation safer
library path added to /etc/ldd.so.conf.d/laheyFortran.conf during installation so libraries can always
be found (in some distributions LD_LIBRARY_PATH can not be set)
Modified installation files to make them compatible with more distributions