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Fortran module wizard issue (version 2023.2.72.17)

netphilou31
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Hi,

I have noticed an issue with the Fortran Module Wizard for TLBs containing only CoClass definitions. In this case, a dialog box is poping up with the name of the dll and no other information and the corresponding Fortran module is not generated at all. This is hapenning with MODWIZ version 2023.2.72.17 in VS2022 but works correctly with version 19.2.61.16 in VS2019.

Best regards,

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Barbara_P_Intel
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Do you have a small reproducer that you can upload? We'll need the steps to reproduce the issue, too.

Are you using ifx or ifort? What version?

 

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netphilou31
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Hello Barbara,

Thanks for answering.

I have to check with my manager if I can give you some dll showing the issue along with the Fortran module generated with the previous version (19.2.61.16) of the wizard.

I am using IFORT : Intel® Fortran Compiler Classic for applications running on Intel(R) 64, version 2021.10.0 Package ID: w_oneAPI_2023.2.0.49496

Best regards.

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netphilou31
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Hello Barbara,

Please find attached a ZIP file containing 2 64 bit dlls required to reproduce the issue. It contains also the Fortran module (ThrmDiagramPH.f90) generated with the previous version (19.2.61.16).

Steps to reproduce the issue:

  1. Extract the 2 dlls into a local folder
  2. Register the 2 dlls in the following sequence:
    1. ThrmStardustDG.dll
    2. ThrmDiagramPH.dll
  3. run the MODWIZ tool on ThrmDiagramPH: MODWIZ /KIND:COM /SOURCE:ThrmDiagramPH.f90 ThrmDiagramPH.dll

Best regards,

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Barbara_P_Intel
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Thank you, @netphilou31. I'll investigate.

 

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