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Installing Fortran on a macbook

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I am having trouble installing fortran on my macbook.  I don't care much which fortran.   I  have tried gcc and g95.

With gcc-4.1.1, ../configure --enable-languages=fortran gives me "configure: error: GMP with MPFR support is required to build fortran"

The g95 configure gives me all sorts  of configure errors.  I have tried a bunch of options, but can't build it with the --wtih-gcc-dir=  option.

Any suggestions greatly appreciated.

Ken
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Hi,

If it is not neccessary to install from source, you might want to try to get the binary from http://ftp.g95.org/.
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