Help needed! Fortran Dll works for compaq fortran not for Intel Fortran #2
I am porting a compaq fortran project (version 6.x) over to the intel
fortran compiler (version 8.0). However, crash always happens at the
internal write statement under the intel fortran compiler.
The soultion comprises two parts, one is the c++ project, which in charge of
the user interface, the other project is a Fortran Dll project. The Fortran
Dll is invoked by the C++ project. the problem I meet here is every simple,
the C++ project is just a framework of the dialog based mfc win32
application. In the code response to the click OK button, it...How to link an Fortran f77 dll (Absoft Pro Fortran) with an existing f77 dll (Visual Fortran)
i have to connect an existing Fortran F77 DLL written in Visual
Fortran to a new one. How can i link two DLLs together? I search an
example, to understand how it works. Please help me!
At the moment i have a dll called "example.dll".
Within this dll are three functions:
DOUBLE PRECISSION FUNCTION EXF1(A,B)
!DEC$ ATTRIBUTES DLL_EXPORT :: EXF1
!DEC$ ATTRIBUTES ALIAS : "EXF1" :: EXF1
DOUBLE PRECISSION FUNCTION EXF2(A,B)
!DEC$ ATTRIBUTES DLL_EXPORT :: EXF2
!DEC$ ATTRIBUTES ALIAS : "EXF2" :: EXF2
EXF2...Compaq Visual Fortran or Intel Fortran Compiler?
As a C/C++ programmer (Fortran newbie) I need to port a Fortran-77
(with extensions for namelist/IO, long variable names and include
files) source to MS Windows. The original source runs under VMS, with
differential compile support (cpp) for a number of Unix systems
(Solaris, Digital Unix, IRIX, UNICOS). Which is the fastest way Compaq
Visual Fortran or Intel Fortran Compiler for Windows or ...?
email@example.com (silvestri) writes:
> As a C/C++ programmer (Fortran newbie) I need to port a Fortran-77
> (with extensions for namelist/IO, long variable names and inclu...Calling a Fortran DLL from Fortran
In calling a FORTRAN DLL, from FORTRAN code, one needs to place the DLL in =
a path that is searched by the Windows operating system. Placing the DLL in=
a folder other than the ones in the PATH environment variable, will cause =
the call to fail. Does anyone know how to call a DLL that is stored in a fo=
lder not in the Windows path? In VB one uses the Declare statement to accom=
plish that. I tried GETENVQQ to get the Path environment variable, then aug=
ment the path of the DLL and then using the SETENVQQ to update the PATH en=
vironment variable but I haven't been able to succ...Building DLLs with Compaq Visual Fortran and Intel Visual Fortran
I have lately decided to upgrade from (CVF) Compaq Visual Fortran 6.6 to
(IVF) Intel Visual Fortran 8.1
My main task is CFD where I usually built "user-subroutines" in the form of
a user.dll file which the commercial solver can use and thus implements my
Up till now everything worked fine with CVF. I tried to compile and link an
already used library with IVF. I have used exactly the same compiler and
linker switches with the exception of /iface:cvf and IVF produced the dll
with no errors. However, the solver just hangs ...
I thought about checking the "c...Compaq Visual Fortran discontinued: upgrade to Intel Visual Fortran?
I use the latest version of Compaq Visual Fortran on a Windows system. CVF
development is being discontinued as of the end of this year. They offer an
upgrade to Intel Visual Fortran 9.0. Any thoughts on whether this is
advisable/desirable/necessary would be highly appreciated. Does anybody have
experiences going that route already?
Thanks a lot.
It would be also interesting to know what happens with and AMD Athlon
processor. Does the Intel Visual Fortran proposes optimizations for AMD ?
NN a �crit :
> I use the latest version of Compaq Visual Fortran on a W...Intel fortran and fortran 77 standard!
I am trying to recompile lapack 3.0 with Intel
fortran, but I am getting compiler errors in ilaenv.f
I tried to skip that file to see what happens, but
there are more errors. Can Lapack be compiled
with Intel compiler at all?
I was using CVF 6.1 by now and any hints
on how to avoid trouble are welcome.
"Atmapuri" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I am trying to recompile lapack 3.0 with Intel
> fortran, but I am getting compiler errors in ilaenv.f
> I tried to skip that file...how to run Fortran codes in Compaq Visual Fortran?
I have a bunch of Fortran applications from my adviser and I need use
them to create a executable program. My adviser gave me a makefile to
do the job. But honestly, I don't know how to run the makefile in
Cygwin. I changed the makefile to a two simple command line file and
created an executable program. But due to some memory problem, the
results are not complete. My adviser uses Compaq Visual Fotran 6.5 and
generate an executable program works fine. However when I add all the
Fortran application files into one project, I got tons of error
message. I don't know what I did wrong. Pleas...A Fortran book for returning to Fortran?
What book would you recommend for returning to Fortran after many years
I have several years of Fortran experience, most of it with versions
before Fortran 77, and never did learn many of the new features of
On 10/23/2011 03:53 AM, Robert Miles wrote:
> What book would you recommend for returning to Fortran after many years
> without it?
> I have several years of Fortran experience, most of it with versions
> before Fortran 77, and never did learn many of the new features of
> Fortran 77.
How about Fortran 95/2008 ?
Is there a rea...Fortran to C to Fortran Arrays
I'm doing a little research. I want to create a multi-dimensional
array in fortran containing real values and pass it to a C/C++
program. In the C/C++ program the array will be loaded with values
gathered using a libjpeg library or something (haven't figured that
out yet). Then I want to return this array back to the Fortran
program, loaded with data so that it can be handled there. I have not
started to write code yet on this I am just researching some. Can this
> I'm doing a little research. I want to create a multi-dimensional
> array in fortran...Compaq Visual Fortran v6.6 Professional, Intel Fortran Compiler Pro With IMSL V8.0.048
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I was planning on using Fortran 77 for a project I am undertaking, but are
there any later versions supporting derived types that have a free online
guide (or pdf file) as to the language structure?? ie Fortran 90?
"iantheengineer" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I was planning on using Fortran 77 for a project I am undertaking, but are
> there any later versions supporting derived types that have a free online
> guide (or pdf file) as to the language structure?? ie Fortran 90?
You will find lo...Fortran
Is there cheaper Fortran compilers to Mac Os X
than Absoft Pro Fortran v9.0 for OS X
IBM XL Fortran Compiler 8.1 for OS X
Commercial versions are
Compiler & Tools 9.0
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On Fri, 26 Nov 2004 02:21:49 +0200,
Heikki J�ms� (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> Is there cheaper Fortran compilers to Mac Os X
> than Absoft Pro Fortran v9.0 for OS X
> IBM XL Fortran Compiler 8....FORTRAN
POWER TO YOU, EVERY BODY
I want to read all frames of a film by fortran software, picture by
picture. is it possible ? how?
mohsen sajadi <email@example.com> wrote:
> POWER TO YOU, EVERY BODY
[Caution: at least here outside the ancient realm of FORTRAN, writing
in ALL CAPITALS is considered shouting, and thus impolite...]
> I want to read all frames of a film by fortran software, picture by
> picture. is it possible ?
Probably yes, if that's what you really want to do. But it completely
evades me why anyone would want to do that, other than for the
perverse fun of be...