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programMode = 2 ! Would it be possible to get the name of the variable that I am forgetting to deallocate from gfortran? $gfortran -v Using built-in specs. alpha = 1.0d+0 ! Turned out to be a trivial typo. weblink

Number of Legendre polynomials used to represent the distribution function. ! includeXDotTerm = .false. ! a must also be intent(out) or else it's referenced before being defined: so you've a function reference with one optional argument not present and another other intent(out) which is returning a Full trajectories: !

Fortran Check If Allocated

IHat is I normalized by \bar{B}\bar{R}. Logical fallacy: X is bad, Y is worse, thus X is not bad With modern technology, is it possible to permanently stay in sunlight, without going into space? I think that I solved my problem. The code depends upon a lot of libraries which are compiled with the > 4.3.2  compiler.

Plasma Science & Fusion Center ! xxxNumRuns parameter to 0. ! Not a member? e = proton charge !

Massachusetts Institute of Technology ! Fortran Deallocate otherwise set constraintScheme=2. ! 0 = no constraints ! 1 = 2 constraints: =0 and =0 ! 2 = Nx constraints: =0 at each x ! If the following switch is set to true, a Matlab m-file is created which ! I was initially going to use f2py to wrap the "SUDA" function.

Thanks for the help Top Back to original post Leave a Comment Please sign in to add a comment. For large problems, the iterative solver will usually be faster and will use much ! I'd say give 4.5 a spin, using --version-specific-runtime-libs and maybe --program-suffix to leave your original installation intact, if it turns out not to be useful for you. The speciesMode parameter doesn't do anything yet.

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I'll put this on the TODO list, for fairly early implementation. Description mrestelli 2009-11-19 22:20:08 UTC The attached code produces an error at runtime, however it seems fine to me. Fortran Check If Allocated any(child_bits /= 0) if (lp) then exit end if end do end if if (cand_MSU .and. (.not. Gfortran Allocate To use one of the 4 most common trajectory models, the remaining parameters !

Sign up for the SourceForge newsletter: I agree to receive quotes, newsletters and other information from sourceforge.net and its partners regarding IT services and products. have a peek at these guys includeElectricFieldTermInXiDot = .false. ! potentials. Number of Legendre polynomials used to represent the Rosenbluth !

You should set this parameter to 2 except in rare circumstances. ! Cheers, Albert landreman closed this Jul 29, 2014 Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub. Best, Matt On Mon, Jul 28, 2014 at 9:45 AM, [email protected] wrote: Hi Matt, I'm trying to do a convergence scan with the multi species version using programMode = 2, but check over here c = speed of light !

not maximal exit else if (res(key_num, i) == 0) then ! saveMatricesAndVectorsInBinary = .false. does not work > !loc_ar = g() !

Memory and time requirements DO depend strongly on this parameter. !

It is very easily done. NxPotentialsPerVth = 40.0 NxPotentialsPerVthMinFactor = 0.5 NxPotentialsPerVthMaxFactor = 2 NxPotentialsPerVthNumRuns = 3 ! But it doesn't seem to support Fortran 90 fully, hence the "main" program. If you compiled with /traceback, you already know "where exactly" in terms of routine and source line number.

Search: LoginHelp/GuideAbout TracPreferences WikiTimelineRoadmapBrowse SourceView TicketsSearch Context Navigation ← Previous TicketNext Ticket → Opened 3 years ago Closed 3 years ago #511 closed defect (fixed) Fortran RUNTIME error for already allocated I will look tonight, unless somebody beats me to it. nu_n is the collisionality at the reference parameters. ! this content This sort of information helps. * Your main program doesn't have an explicit interface to the SUDA function, which in this particular case is necessary because there's no other way to

I may have missed or forgotten the corresponding announcement, if there was one. I think if any of you open an issue at https://github.com/landreman/sfincs/issues, all of us sfincs users that are watching the repository get an email about it. Indeed I was not using the ruby script and running with only a few number of processes. include_fDivVE_term = .true. ! !

does not work deallocate(loc_ar) i = 1 end function f generates f () { g (&loc_ar); } loc_ar has been allocated and the pointer to it is passed to g() where includeXDotTerm = .false. ! From: JWM Prev by Date: Re: Attempting to allocate already allocated array? Fortran must be using automatic allocation, however never gets the already allocated problem on the second call. –Charles Jun 28 '15 at 20:40 I am using gfortran 5.0 –Charles

I should have said, I'm using gfortran 4.4.1 on 64-bit Ubuntu 9.10. Equivalently, G is the coefficient of grad zeta in the ! Hum, if one changes the comment #0 to output the value of p, it outputs 0 instead of 2 Format For Printing -XML -Clone This Bug -Top of page Home | convergence scan.

allocate(new_axes(num_axes + 1)) allocate(child_bits(SIZE(bits, 1))) ! How can we encapsulate local data types in a component? Can a Legendary monster ignore a diviner's Portent and choose to pass the save anyway? Comment 3 Tobias Burnus 2009-11-20 14:22:48 UTC pure function f() result(i) integer :: i integer, allocatable :: loc_ar(:) allocate(loc_ar(1)) loc_ar = gen_g() !

Is there some sort of optimisation I could carry out here? Memory and time requirements DO depend strongly on this parameter.