[Wrf-users] pb compiling WRF with GRIB2 on x86_64 GNU/Linux with gfortran
Steven G Decker
decker at envsci.rutgers.edu
Fri Oct 2 08:11:15 MDT 2009
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> Hello dear wrf users,
> I've got an F90 syntax error while compiling WRF 3.1.1 with the grib2
> option on a x86_64 GNU/Linux machine using the gfortran compiler
> It compiles OK with the ifort compiler.
> It is a known error with gfortran : when you try to define an
> allocatable variable inside a TYPE definition.
> I had a look at the io_grib2. file but it looks quite hard to modify
> in a simple way the fortran source to get rid of the error
> Did anybody have the same problem and fixed it?
> - Using another version of gfortran?
This would be the fix. Your version of gfortran is too old. It looks
like gfortran 4.2 or newer should support allocatable derived type
Steve Decker, Assistant Professor
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