binfmtf-interpreter - binfmt_misc fortran handler
binfmtf-interpreter fortran-source-file-name [command-line opions ...]
binfmtf-interpreter compiles a fortran source file specified on the command-line using the g77 compiler, and executes the resulting file.
It is designed to be used as a handler for binfmt_misc handler, which is a system used in Linux for handling arbitrary files as executables.
The command-line options are passed on to the compiled binary.
There is a requirement for Fortran source files to have the magic characters c BINFMTF: at the beginning of the file.
That line also is used to specify the additional command-line options for Fortran compiler.
- The compiler used. The default is to use g77
Temporary directory used for binary and execution.
Falls back to $TMPDIR $TEMPDIR or /tmp
- enables debug output if set.
- Additional G77 options. Use BINFMTC_DEBUG to verify the options
being passed on to g77.
The default is -O2 -Wall
Junichi Uekawa (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Upstream page is available at http://www.netfort.gr.jp/~dancer/software/
|2005 Jun 4||binfmt_misc Dancer|