yes, I know that. I've wrote an email to Agustin Maravall and Gianluca
Caporello and this is his answer (full conversation):
the problem of the gfortran new release is that the compiler is deeply
bugged and the produced code is very unstable.
We are happy in the next future to move to Gfortran.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Marcin Błażejowski"<marcin.blazejowski(a)wsb.torun.pl>
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 2010 5:16 PM
Subject: TRAMO/SEATS on Linux
> I've just downloaded the newest version of TRAMO/SEATS for Linux and I
> noticed, that current version of TRAMO links against "libg2c.so.0"
> library and SEATS links against "libgfortran.so.1" library (which was
> not a case in the previous version).
> Both mentioned libraries are little old now and most modern
> distributions have gfortran-4.x with newer version of libgfortran.so and
> even not have libg2c.so in their repositories. Of cource it is possible
> to install old packages or manually compile older Fortran framework, but
> my quastion is: would it be possible to recompile TRAMO and SEATS by
> newer gfortran compiler (for example gfortran-4.4)?
> Best Regards,
> Marcin Blazejowski
W dniu 03.03.2010 15:42, Allin Cottrell pisze:
On Wed, 3 Mar 2010, Marcin B�^Bażejowski wrote:
> I've run old and new TRAMO for Box-Jenkins airline series (results in
> attachement). The problem - I suppose - is in the intro of the output
> "*.out" file: the are some Spanish diacritic symbols encoded in
> ISO8859-1 and that's why Gretl create window for output, but this window
> is empty.
Thanks, Marcin, good detective work! This is now fixed in CVS: if
we get ISO8859-1 output from tramo we'll recode it to UTF-8.
BTW, I see that in the binary package you cite, seats is linked
against libgfortran but tramo is linked against libg2c. Hmm.
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