LTG with LF90 or LF95 Produces Compiler Error

LTG with LF90 or LF95 may produce compiler errors if the value of the TMP Environment variable contains spaces or hyphens.

For example, with LF90 a space in the TMP value causes the message:
"ABORT -- Cannot recognize command line"
while a hyphen in the TMP value causes the message:
"ABORT -- Unrecognized option in command file".

The remedy is to set your TMP Environment variable to something extremely short and simple. For example, you might:

See these detailed instructions for editing environment variables.

LTG with LF90 produces compiler errors if the name of the GEMPACK folder contains hyphens.

The only remedy is to install GEMPACK into a folder with a name that does not contain hyphens.

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