|May 8, 2009, 12:58||
CFD ACE+ - Fortran source file compiling on personal (windows 32bit) pc
Join Date: Mar 2009
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I'm trying to compile a Fortran source file on my 32-bit pc (my maintenance is going to expire soon so I won't be able to exploit ESI website Portal for compiling).
I have already installed Intel Fortran Compiler and Visual Studio but I have not managed to obtain a proper *.dll file yet.
I guess the problem consists in linking libraries. The support said that I probably have to set INCLUDE, LIB and PATH environmental variables.
Is there anybody (maybe windows user) who call help me giving some advice?
Thanks for your kind attention.
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