[Bioclusters] Fortran-90 compiler for Linux?

Joe Landman bioclusters@bioinformatics.org
18 Jun 2002 15:07:36 -0400


Hi Ivo (cc'ing the biodevelopers group):

  There are actually a fair number of fortran 90 products out there for
linux, none of which are "free".  You might want to check out the Intel
F95 site.  I have used the Portland Group's F90 compiler on linux
(www.pgroup.com) and can say nice things about it (as of version 3.2).

  Here are other links of interest.

  http://www.nikhef.nl/~templon/fortran.html  (Jeff Templon's page which
is one of the best for linking to relevant fortran stuff).

Joe


On Tue, 2002-06-18 at 14:46, Ivo Grosse wrote:
> Sorry, this question is off-topic, but it is short: does anyone know a 
> free (non-commercial) Fortran-90 compiler for Linux?
> 
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