msflib equivalent for PGI fortran

Is there a file will do the same thing what msflib does for PGI Fortran?

I have a very large Fortran project. It was written and compiled with msfortran compiler before. Then it was compiled with PGI fortran version 3.0 on Windows 200 PC. Had no problem when this executable called from a GUI written in C and Motif library under interix (before Microsoft’s SFU came along).

Now I cannot run this program with SFU Interix and Windows XP plotform. I compiled it with PGI fortran using both the version 3.0 and version 6.0. Either way, compiler give me error for the line “USE msflib”.
When I commented out this line program compiled. But when it was called from unix shell (I have to use SFU interix to run the GUI) it did not recognize the file path passed to *.exe file from this GUI.

Is there a file will do the same thing what msflib does for PGI Fortran?

Hi Ceren,

The 6.2 release of the 64-bit Windows PGI Compilers, currently scheduled for release in June, will include several DFLIB functions. I believe DFLIB contains similar if not the same functions as MSFLIB.

DFLIB fucntions to be added with 6.2:

gettim, getenvqq, setenvqq, slystemqq, runqq, sleepqq, getdrivedirqq, commitqq, signalqq, renamefileqq

Note that our compilers do not support SFU since it is a distinct environment. We may support it in the future, but it will most likely be a separate product.

  • Mat

Hi Ceren,

I was just informed that these fuctions were added to the 6.1-5 compilers released earlier this month.

  • Mat