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In addition to setting a project's General and Target options, it may be necessary to set compiler specific options. The Set Options dialog's Fortran page is used to specify options for the Absoft Fortran 95 compiler including module and include file search paths, source format, warning and error control, external name mangling or decoration, and extended debugging features such as array boundary checking and exception handling.
The VFFTpack source code is written using Fortran 90 free format source, however, the files are named using a .f extension. As the default behavior for the Absoft Fortran 95 compiler is to expect files with the .f extension to be in FORTRAN 77 fixed format source, the VFFTpack project overrides this behavior by specifying Free-form in the Format tab of the Fortran options page.
Other option pages within
the Set Options dialog are used to control the system's native C/C++
compiler, linker and resource compiler. The VFFTpack project does
not require any changes to these pages.