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Old   October 20, 2000, 12:35
Default Fortran compiler -revisited
Arturo Ortiz
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As I've posted before, I am trying to use Compaq visual fortran in order to implement in NT the UDF's 4.5 fluent version. So far I've been succesful in compiling with a combination of VC5.0 and VF5.0, but in the linking, the process produces thousands of error messages saying that the fluent libraries does not find some functions. Does it means that Absoft's fortran is really a must? ( in the makefile there is an option for the DVF).

Any idea or comentary?

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Old   October 20, 2000, 16:24
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You must absolutely have Absofts'.

I have the same problem and just can't afford it.

Does anybody have an old copy to share or knows where can I find it.

all the best!!!

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