Author Topic: How to include FortranProject in (bootstrap+)configure+make builds (on Linux)  (Read 575 times)

Offline aphirst

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Reading through the configure script, it seems as if "--enable-fortran" is the right option for this. So I decided to try it, appending to my ./configure line:
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WX_CONFIG_PATH='/usr/bin/wx-config' ./configure --prefix='/usr' --with-contrib-plugins='all' --enable-fortranand I noticed the following text scroll by:
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checking whether to integrate fortran-plugin in dist-tarball... yes
However, FortranProject does not seem to get included in the resulting build. The source files for the plugin are downloaded while fetching from SVN, though. I'm keen to build FortranProject in addition to C::B, and am currently unable to use the ".workspace"s to build due to some kind of build system issue.

Is there a further step I'm missing which would get this to actually work? (As mentioned previously, I'm on Arch Linux x86_64 building codeblocks from SVN and using gcc (GCC) 8.2.1 20181127 - if you have any further questions about what I'm doing, please don't hesitate to ask!)
« Last Edit: December 17, 2018, 10:28:49 pm by aphirst »

Offline BlueHazzard

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Any news on this?