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CFD Student February 18, 2007 16:40

Visual Fortran compiler and debugger on linux
 
Dear CFD people;

I develope my own solvers for steady and unsteady flows. Recently, I moved from Windows to Linux OS. On windows, I was lucky to use Compaq Digital Visual Fortran involving very nice debugger. I would like to learn if there is any visual fortran compiler and debugger running on Linux?

Best regards.

CFD Student.

Harish February 19, 2007 02:34

Re: Visual Fortran compiler and debugger on linux
 
I have seen absoft,salford,intel(free for personal use) compilers for linux.If I'm not wrong visual fortran compiler was previously microsoft fortran compiler.That would say it all.

You can use gdb for debugging.Also emacs is a better text editor than most of the inbuilt GUI text editors.


CFD-Student February 21, 2007 16:10

Re: Visual Fortran compiler and debugger on linux
 
Thanks a lot Harish.

F.B.Tian February 26, 2007 07:26

Re: Visual Fortran compiler and debugger on linux
 
PGI


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