XSF3 1L "26 April 1994"
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xsf3 - a preprocessor and compiler interface for
the structured Fortran language SFTRAN3
[-C] [-D] [-E] [-H] [-I:num] [-K]
[-L] [-M:num] [-N] [-P] [-Q] [-R] [-V]
[-W:num] [compiler and loader options]
file1 [file2 file3 ...]
assumes that the files
contain code written in SFTRAN3, a structured
Fortran language. Fortran code is produced and
placed in corresponding files
Log files are placed in
File dates and times are compared to determine
whether to preprocess the files
or simply to run the Fortran compiler (this action
may be overriden by the
The global variables SF3FLAGS and FFLAGS may be
used to provide switches for
and the Fortran compiler as used inside
In addition, if the file
exists in the current or HOME directory, its
contents will be appended to the command line.
Since options are scanned from left to right,
SF3FLAGS values will override any provided in the
Options may also be specified in the file
in the current directory, or if not found there,
in the login directory.
If both an initialization file and an environment
variable are specified, the environment variable
switches will be presented
first, overriding the same switches from the
startup file. Similarly, command line switches
override ones from both of these sources.
This program is distributed with the <PLOT79>
All unrecognized options are passed through
verbatim to the Fortran compiler which may in turn
send them to the linker. To minimize conflict
with native compiler options, all options handled
are written with upper-case letters.
If a native Fortran compiler option does conflict
with one of the above, it must be supplied inside
a quoted string argument with a leading backslash
or a leading brace pair. E.g.
will be passed to Fortran as
instead of to
Produce CDC-style code for READ/WRITE END and ERR
Debug; embed SFTRAN3 code as comments in Fortran
Run the SFTRAN3 preprocessor, but do not invoke
the Fortran compiler or linker.
Display a help file and terminate immediately.
Set structure indentation to
(0 to 9).
files after a successful compilation. By default,
they are deleted. If compilation fails, they are
Set the LINEUP option which connects structure
begin/end with dotted lines in the
Set maximum lines per page to
(suggested: 58 for 6 lpi and
80 for 8 lpi); ignored when prettyprinting.
Inhibit production of
Prettyprinted source code sent to
files instead of a
Quick mode; suppress reading of
Reprocess everything, even if
files are newer than
Verbose mode; display generated commands before executing them.
file line width to
(72 to 120).
The following would take the files form the
current directory matching the patterns
produce Fortran code files, invoke the Fortran
compiler to produce object files, produce log
files of 72 column width, and retain the Fortran
xsf3 -W:72 -K a*.sf3 *bar*.sf3
To preprocess, compile, and link a single complete
program in the file
this command suffices:
xsf3 -o foo foo.sf3
To preprocess and compile without linking:
xsf3 -c foo.sf3
To preprocess only:
xsf3 -E foo.sf3
files required to make
(includes executable file)
SFTRAN/3 Installation Guide.
Nelson H. F. Beebe. 1980.
(Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Document no. 1846-98, Dec. 1, 1978).
Nelson H. F. Beebe, Ph.D.
Center for Scientific Computing
Department of Mathematics
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Tel: +1 801 581 5254
FAX: +1 801 581 4148