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HaKu July 7, 2011 16:58

regarding fortran compiler
 
Ok so i have the 64 bit machine with windows 7 on it.. i need to run fortran code in this.. the previous fortran compiler is not working on it as it is 32 bit....i tried to go in the x86 folder and tried to install the setupx86 file but it did not install...

Now i realy need to run the code and i dont have any experience on Unix commands so running the gfortran is also difficult for me...

If anybody can give me step by step instructions to install the Gfortran , compile and run the code ill be very thankful as it seems to be the only solution and way out....

andy_ July 8, 2011 04:17

Quote:

Originally Posted by HaKu (Post 315236)
If anybody can give me step by step instructions to install the Gfortran , compile and run the code ill be very thankful as it seems to be the only solution and way out....

Follow instructions here to install gcc, g++ and gfortran to run with Windows rather than the cygwin environment:

http://www.mingw.org/

shirazbj July 22, 2011 07:19

Fortran for window, see here:http://www.equation.com/servlet/equation.cmd?fa=fortran

it is self-extracting executable, and run the executable to install,easy.

ftp://ftp.equation.com/gcc/gcc-4.6.0-64.exe

kid July 22, 2011 07:25

Fortran
 
Hi,
Try evolution version of Fortran compiler .
And
"Ok so i have the 64 bit machine with windows 7 on it.. i need to run fortran code in this.. the previous fortran compiler is not working on it as it is 32 bit....i tried to go in the x86 folder and tried to install the setupx86 file but it did not install..." :confused: 64 bit should support 32 bit package :rolleyes:


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