[SUMMARY] Freeware Fortran and Fortran-to-C converter

From: foster@bial1.ucsd.edu
Date: Thu Nov 20 1997 - 19:22:09 CST

[Query]: Need Freeware Fortran compiler and Fortran-to-C converter

Sources for freeware Fortran compiler from GNU:

    f2c : netlib.bell-labs.com [], in directory /netlib/f2c/
    GNU Fortran (g77) : ftp://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu
Interesting answer:

   Jeff Brody <jeff@octopus.wr.usgs.gov>
       * Fortran (`g77') *Also see ``Forthcoming GNUs''* (BinCD, SrcCD)
        GNU Fortran (`g77'), developed by Craig Burley, is available for public
        beta testing on the Internet. For now, `g77' produces code that is
        mostly object-compatible with `f2c' & uses the same run-time library

Thanks to:
        Benjamin Cline <benji@hnt.com>
        "Christopher M. Conway" <cmconwa@sandia.gov>
        nadya@bog (Nadya Williams)
        Rich Kulawiec <rsk@itw.com>
        "Raymond F. Rodebaugh" <ray@therad.rpslmc.edu>
        Stephen Harris <sweh@mpn.com>

    David S. Foster Univ. of California, San Diego
     Programmer/Analyst Brain Image Analysis Laboratory
     foster@bial1.ucsd.edu Department of Psychiatry
     (619) 622-5892 8950 Via La Jolla Drive, Suite 2240
                            La Jolla, CA 92037

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