Linking 'gfortran' command to compiler in gcc43

Joshua Root jmr at
Fri Apr 23 13:04:39 PDT 2010

On 2010-4-24 05:41 , Andrew Lambe wrote:
> When I first installed gcc43 through Macports, I noticed that the command gfortran was undefined, even though gfortran comes with the package (for some reason gcc did work as expected.) To compensate, I downloaded gfortran separately using a precompiled binary. I found out too late that gfortran was disguised as 'gfortran-mp-4.3' and now I would like to link the gfortran command to that executable. (Note that the gfortran binary is currently in /usr/local/bin and is called 'gfortran')
> 1) How can I link the command 'gfortran' to the Macports executable?

Install the gcc_select port.

> 2) Is there an easy way to check if e.g. the 'gcc' command is linked to the Macports executable and not something else like Xcode?

ls -l `which gcc`

- Josh

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