AX_F90_MODULE(MODULE, MODULE-REGEXP, FUNCTION-BODY [, SEARCH-PATH [, ACTION-IF-FOUND [, ACTION-IF-NOT-FOUND]]])
Set up the compiler flags to use a given fortran 90 module MODULE is the name of the module. MODULE-REGEXP is a regular expression (used by find) matched by the filename of the module. FUNCTION-BODY is the body of a function (including the ’use’ statement and the call to a function defined by the module) SEARCH-PATH is a colon-separated list of directories that will be recursively searched for modules files. If empty, the search path will be composed of $prefix, $ac_default_prefix, and all directories exactly one level *above* the directories in $LD_LIBRARY_PATH (the rationale is that when libraries are put in /some/path/lib, the modules are often put in a directory like /some/path/include or /some/path/mod or something similar). An output variable named F90_MODULE_xxx will be set up with the proper flag for substitution in Makefiles (xxx is built from the first argument, with autoconf traditional escapes).
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