to write software
All that sites are for freeware
lcc-win32 is a complete system for developement,
but with a very useful editor for C
or C++which as an adjustable
coloring syntax. For mixed programming : wedit for C
for Fortran, and now you can
easily edit in mixed code at the link phase.
wedit has a must : you can
click with the F1 key on any win32API
or intrinsic C and you have a
you have also with lcc-win32 : f2c a fortran
compiler which compiles in a C
intermediate code and a C
MinGW is a sofware system to develop programs in
freeware, the most known products are :
: a FORTRAN77 GNU compiler which
compiles directly in machine code. This compiler
has extensions of Fortran90. It
is know obsolete.
: a Fortran95 compiler which is
now integated with MinGW.
: a C compiler which is
essential to program the win32API
for the graphical part of the software.
You can mix code within gcc and g95 at the
link phase. You can use wedit, the
lcc-win32 editor, with gcc .
devzoo is a site which has many links for
compilers and editors which are nearly all in
freeware. A treasure source for freeware
development. You can submit softwares you think
good for others. Thank you for everybody.
a real Fortran95 compiler,
note and emulation such as F, it
is at is beginning of live, but as it is, it
is usable. It is a part of the gcc
package. you have another free compiler g95
but not in the gcc package.
You have many links for Fortran
on the web. Use a research motor on the web and
type : Fortran , you obtain a
great number of sites. Look at them. I cannot
recommend any of them. The list is varying
rapidly, Fortran programming is a very live
subject between the scientists.
All that sites are freeware
The Yedit package is installed
with a file : install.exe obtained with the Inno
Setup. You find it at installer
The Yedit package is distributed
with a file : install.zip obtained with 7-zip.
You can find it at 7-zip
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HTML Editor 2.5. It is a really a
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