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! { dg-do run { target { *-*-mingw* } } }
! { dg-options "-fdec" }
! Run-time tests for various carriagecontrol parameters with DEC I/O.
! Ensures the output is as defined.
subroutine write_lines(fd)
implicit none
integer, intent(in) :: fd
write(fd, '(A)') "+ first"
write(fd, '(A)') "-second line"
write(fd, '(A)') "0now you know"
write(fd, '(A)') "1this is the fourth line"
write(fd, '(A)') "$finally we have a new challenger for the final line"
write(fd, '(A)') CHAR(0)//"this is the end"
write(fd, '(A)') " this is a plain old line"
subroutine check_cc (cc, fname, expected)
implicit none
! carraigecontrol type, file name to write to
character(*), intent(in) :: cc, fname
! expected output
character(*), intent(in) :: expected
! read buffer, line number, unit, status
character(len=:), allocatable :: buf
integer :: i, fd, siz
fd = 3
! write lines using carriagecontrol setting
open(unit=fd, file=fname, action='write', carriagecontrol=cc)
call write_lines(fd)
open(unit=fd, file=fname, action='readwrite', &
form='unformatted', access='stream')
call fseek(fd, 0, 0)
inquire(file=fname, size=siz)
allocate(character(len=siz) :: buf)
read(unit=fd, pos=1) buf
if (buf .ne. expected) then
print *, '=================> ',cc,' <================='
print *, '***** actual *****'
print *, buf
print *, '***** expected *****'
print *, expected
close(unit=fd, status='delete')
implicit none
character(*), parameter :: fname = 'dec_io_2.txt'
!! In NONE mode, there are no line breaks between records.
character(*), parameter :: output_ccnone = &
"+ first"//&
"-second line"//&
"0now you know"//&
"1this is the fourth line"//&
"$finally we have a new challenger for the final line"//&
CHAR(0)//"this is the end"//&
" this is a plain old line"
!! In LIST mode, each record is terminated with a newline.
character(*), parameter :: output_cclist = &
"+ first"//CHAR(13)//CHAR(10)//&
"-second line"//CHAR(13)//CHAR(10)//&
"0now you know"//CHAR(13)//CHAR(10)//&
"1this is the fourth line"//CHAR(13)//CHAR(10)//&
"$finally we have a new challenger for the final line"//CHAR(13)//CHAR(10)//&
CHAR(0)//"this is the end"//CHAR(13)//CHAR(10)//&
" this is a plain old line"//CHAR(13)//CHAR(10)
!! In FORTRAN mode, the default record break is CR, and the first character
!! implies the start- and end-of-record formatting.
! '+' Overprinting: <text> CR
! '-' One line feed: NL <text> CR
! '0' Two line feeds: NL NL <text> CR
! '1' Next page: FF <text> CR
! '$' Prompting: NL <text>
!'\0' Overprinting with no advance: <text>
! Other: defaults to Overprinting <text> CR
character(*), parameter :: output_ccfort = ""//&
" first"//CHAR(13)//&
CHAR(10)//"second line"//CHAR(13)//&
CHAR(10)//CHAR(10)//"now you know"//CHAR(13)//&
CHAR(12)//"this is the fourth line"//CHAR(13)//&
CHAR(10)//"finally we have a new challenger for the final line"//&
"this is the end"//&
CHAR(10)//"this is a plain old line"//CHAR(13)
call check_cc('none', fname, output_ccnone)
call check_cc('list', fname, output_cclist)
call check_cc('fortran', fname, output_ccfort)