[fortran] output of Makefile dependencies

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Gerald Pfeifer July 12, 2010, 8:15 p.m.
Hi Tobias,

thanks for reviewing my patch.

On Mon, 12 Jul 2010, Tobias Burnus wrote:
> My wording was already highly misleading (not to say wrong), yours
> completes this ;-)

I had a hunch this was the most tricky one. :-)

> +	<li>Minor changes: obsolesce diagnostics for <code>ENTRY</code> with
> +	<code>-std=f2008</code> was added;
> or something like that. (Thanks also for spotting the missing " ".)

I used that statement, just changed word order a bit (but am confident
this is okay based on your explanation).

> Otherwise, the patch is OK.

Thanks.  Below is the patch I just committed.



Index: changes.html
RCS file: /cvs/gcc/wwwdocs/htdocs/gcc-4.6/changes.html,v
retrieving revision 1.27
diff -u -r1.27 changes.html
--- changes.html	10 Jul 2010 20:16:08 -0000	1.27
+++ changes.html	12 Jul 2010 20:13:42 -0000
@@ -143,10 +143,10 @@ 
     <li>Much improved compile time for large array constructors.</li>
     <li>Improved diagnostics, especially with
-    <li>Support the generation of makefile dependencies via the <a
+    <li>Support the generation of Makefile dependencies via the <a
-    <code>-M</code>...</a> flags of GCC; you might need to specifiy
-    additionally the <code>-cpp</code> option. The dependencies take
+    <code>-M</code>...</a> flags of GCC; you may need to specify the
+    <code>-cpp</code> option in addition. The dependencies take
     modules, Fortran's <code>include</code>, and CPP's <code>#include</code>
     into account. Note: Using <code>-M</code> for the module path is no
     longer supported, use <code>-J</code> instead.</li>
@@ -170,13 +170,14 @@ 
 	statements now support all constant expressions.</li>
 	<li>Support for the <code>CONTIGUOUS</code> attribute.</li>
 	<li>Support for <code>ALLOCATE</code> with <code>MOLD</code>.</li>
-	<li>Minor changes: obsolesce diagnostics for <code>ENTRY</code> with
-	<code>-std=f2008</code>is obsolescent, a line is permitted to start
-	with a semicolon, for internal and module procedures <code>END</code>
-	can be used besides <code>END SUBROUTINE</code> and <code>END
-	FUNCTION</code>, <code>SELECTED_REAL_KIND</code> now also takes a
-	<code>RADIX</code> argument, intrinsic types are supported for
-	<code>TYPE(<i>intrinsic-type-spec</i>)</code>, multiple type-bound
+	<li>Minor changes: obsolesce diagnostics for <code>ENTRY</code>
+	was added for <code>-std=f2008</code>;
+	a line may start with a semicolon;
+	for internal and module procedures <code>END</code> can be used
+	instead of <code>END SUBROUTINE</code> and <code>END
+	FUNCTION</code>; <code>SELECTED_REAL_KIND</code> now also takes a
+	<code>RADIX</code> argument; intrinsic types are supported for
+	<code>TYPE(<i>intrinsic-type-spec</i>)</code>; multiple type-bound
 	procedures can be declared in a single <code>PROCEDURE</code>