Hi everybody. I really like the stdlib initiative. I wish it would have been available 10 years ago when I started using Fortran. I have been testing it when I get some time.
I use cmake to compile stdlib. After fixing issue #310, now when I use cmake the module files are installed here:
This way I can separate module files from different compilers: intel or gfortran. This is perfect.
However, the library is installed at
lib/libfortran_stdlib.a independently of the compiler. That is, one cannot distinguish the compiler used to generate it.
The questions that arised to me are: why do you distinguish the module files but not the library file? And, does it mean that it is possible to use a stdlib generated with gfortran in a program compiled with ifort or viceversa? I think it is not possible, but I am not sure so I’d better ask here.