Re: something like MS Visual Studio for Fortran?
- From: "Abdul Qat" <AbdulQat@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 3 Jun 2005 03:29:26 -0400
"Steve Lionel" <Steve.Lionel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> On Tue, 31 May 2005 08:41:06 -0700, Randall Mackie
> >Following up on the recent thread about c versus Fortran, speed,
> >efficiency, etc, someone mentioned that there is no equivalent of
> >MS Visual Studio to use in compiling Fortran dll's under Windows.
> >I use Linux, so I would have no idea whether this is true or
> >not, but I would really doubt it. Is there an equivalent of
> >MS Visual Studio for Windows/Fortran?
> Whoever mentioned that is mistaken. If you're looking for a Fortran
> that works in the current Microsoft Visual Studio.NET, Intel Visual
> one and Lahey/Fujitsu Fortran is another. There are other compiler
> including Absoft, which provide their own IDE. The old Compaq Visual
> worked with the older Visual Studio '98.
The 'old' CVF remains far more popular than the wanabe IVF. Besides IVF is
a .NET imposter unlike Lahey/Fujitsu and Salford Fortran .NET.
"Facts are meaningless. You could use facts to prove anything that's even
remotely true." -- Homer Simpson.
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