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Re: Link error with big fortran program

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Subject: Re: Link error with big fortran program
From: "Curtis L. Janssen" <cljanss@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 15 Jun 2000 16:16:37 -0000
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In-reply-to: <00061510543005.12601@tcdec3> (message from Stuart McNicholas on Thu, 15 Jun 2000 10:54:30 +0100)
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Apparently, this is not unique to the SGI compilers.  I'm seeing
the same problem with GNU c++ (2.9-ia64-000216-final) on native
IA-64 hardware running Turbolinux.  It is a large C++ code (~
300000 lines) with a few C bits.  Smaller test programs link OK.

Curt
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Stuart McNicholas <sjm@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> From: Stuart McNicholas <sjm@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Dear Pro64 Support Team,
>   I have a strange link error that I don't understand when attempting to link 
> a large program(ca 400,000) lines. The program is about 99% fortran77 and 1% 
> C. The archive library libmolpro.a contains around 1200 objects. Can you tell 
> me what this error means?
> 
> Best Wishes, and congratulations on an excellent job thus far.
> Stuart McNicholas
> 
> sgif90 -i8 -i64 -O3 -lcrypt -o 
> /hosts/fs/home2/sjm/molpro2000.5/bin/molpro.exe molver.o molpro.o 
> -L/hosts/fs/home2/sjm/molpro2000.5/lib -lmolpro -lgks0
> /usr/lib/gcc-lib/ia64-hp-linux/2.9-ia64-000216/crtbegin.o(.fini+0x2): 
> relocation truncated to fit: PCREL21B fini
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
> 
> Linux tcpc10 2.2.13-SMP #1 SMP Mon Mar 27 13:38:36 MEST 2000 ia64 unknown
> $ sgif90 -version
> SGIcc Compilers: Version 0.01.0-9
> $ sgicc -version  
> SGIcc Compilers: Version 0.01.0-9
> 
> -- 
> Stuart McNicholas,                email:     sjm@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> School of Chemistry,              Telephone: +44-121-414-4388
> University of Birmingham,         Fax:       +44-121 414 4403 
> Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT, UK
> 

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