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Posted May 13, 2004 17:20 UTC (Thu) by JoeBuck (guest, #2330)
In reply to: gfortran by vblum
Parent article: GCC gets a new Optimizer Framework

The only "live" part of the g95 (or gfortran) project is now fully integrated with GCC development.

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Posted May 13, 2004 17:39 UTC (Thu) by vblum (guest, #1151) [Link]

So are gfortran (in gcc) and one branch? The appearance is very different ... (and is certainly rather live ...)


Posted May 20, 2004 9:53 UTC (Thu) by joib (subscriber, #8541) [Link]

No. g95 is a separate project, although there is some cross-pollination. GNU gfortran lives at , and as has been said, is now part of mainline gcc, expected to release in 2005. Unfortunately the web page is somewhat out of date, check the mailing list instead, archive is at .

If you want to compile F95 code right away, g95 is probably in a more usable state at the moment. However, considering that g95 is a one-man show I don't think it's long-term viability is as good as that of gfortran.

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