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Derek June 12, 2002 14:37

FORTRAN complier for using CFX on Linux
 
Hi,

If I use CFX under Linux platform, which kind of FORTRAN complier shall I use? Thank you very much.

-Dejun

Mike June 12, 2002 16:32

Re: FORTRAN complier for using CFX on Linux
 
For CFX-5 you can use the Portland Group Compiler or g77.

Derek June 12, 2002 20:37

Re: FORTRAN complier for using CFX on Linux
 
Sorry, I do not know what's Porland Group compiler and g77. Are they some kinds of Fortran complier which can be used for CFX under Linux platform? Can you give me a more detailed explanation? What I only know about Porland is Porland C/C++.

Thank you very much.

-Derek

Mike June 12, 2002 21:52

Re: FORTRAN complier for using CFX on Linux
 
Have a look in the doc - there's a link to a website about the Portland Group compiler (which i would've posted if i had the doc handy). It's in the installation guide under Hardware and Software Requirements for Linux. You'll have a hardcopy of this manual aswell since it comes with the CD.

Neale June 13, 2002 14:09

Re: FORTRAN complier for using CFX on Linux
 
g77 is the GNU fortran 77 compiler which comes standard with most Linux distribtuions. It may not be installed by default with some of the distributions.

The Portland Group Fortran 90 Compiler is a commercial compiler which can also be used (especially if you need f90 functionality) and is available directly from Portland Group:

http://www.pgroup.com/

Neale

Matej June 17, 2002 04:33

Re: FORTRAN complier for using CFX on Linux
 
Hi, if you look at the web of CFX for requirements for new version of CFX5, you will find, that for double precision jobs, portland compiler is needed. If it is going to be like with cfx4.4, you have to buy portland, as cfx is checking for it and it has some special portland compiler functions precompiled.

matej


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