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NAME

       Fortran - Reports statistics regarding an HDF5 file and the objects in the file.

DESCRIPTION

       usage: h5fc [OPTIONS] <compile line>

              OPTIONS:

       -help  This help message.

       -echo  Show all the shell commands executed

       -prefix=DIR
              Prefix directory to find HDF5 lib/ and include/

              subdirectories [default: /usr]

       -show  Show the commands without executing them

       -showconfig
              Show the HDF5 library configuration summary

       -shlib Compile with shared HDF5 libraries

       -noshlib
              Compile with static HDF5 libraries [default]

       <compile line>
              - the normal compile line options for your compiler.

              h5fc  uses  the  same compiler you used to compile HDF5. Check with your compiler's
              man pages for more information on which options are needed.

              You can override the compiler and linker to compile your  program  by  setting  the
              following environment variables accordingly:

       HDF5_FC
              -  use a different Fortran 90 or 95 compiler

       HDF5_FLINKER
              -  use a different linker

       HDF5_USE_SHLIB=[yes|no]
              -  use shared or static version of the HDF5 library

              [default: no]

              You  can also add or change paths and flags to the compile line using the following
              environment varibles or by assigning them to their counterparts in the 'Things  You
              Can Modify to Override...' section of h5fc

       Variable
              Current value to be replaced

       HDF5_FFLAGS
              ""

       HDF5_LDFLAGS
              ""

       HDF5_LIBS
              ""

              Note  that  adding  library  paths  to  HDF5_LDFLAGS  where another hdf5 version is
              located may link your program with that other hdf5 library version.

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2011 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

       GNU Fortran comes with NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.  You may  redistribute
       copies  of  GNU  Fortran  under  the  terms  of  the GNU General Public License.  For more
       information about these matters, see the file named COPYING

SEE ALSO

       The full documentation for Fortran is maintained as a Texinfo manual.   If  the  info  and
       Fortran programs are properly installed at your site, the command

              info Fortran

       should give you access to the complete manual.