I need help compiling Fortran in OS X.

Discussion in 'Mac Programming' started by 66217, Apr 16, 2007.

  1. 66217 Guest

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    I downloaded and installed the Intel compiler, but now I don't know how to run it.

    In Windows I use Salford Plato to create and compile in .f95 And Salford Plato is very user friendly. It is easy to use it.

    But I have no idea how to use this Intel Compiler. Anyone here know how to open it and compile?
     
  2. Eraserhead macrumors G4

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    I have used g95 personally, (Intel is x86 only, and I only had a iMac G5 at the time.

    For the Intel version you copy it into /usr/bin and then use i386-apple-darwin8.9.1-g95 to run it using Terminal

    However for the Intel compilers, I have no idea, I assume you have an Intel Mac...
     
  3. AussieSusan macrumors member

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    Also Fortran under Xcode

    I'm not sure of the source of the compiler, but there is an Xcode plugin for a Fortran compiler (google "xcode fortran" and you should find the references).

    This will give you the Xcode editing environment, if that helps.

    Susan
     
  4. 66217 thread starter Guest

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    Can I use the g95 on an Intel Mac? Which do I download? The x86OSX?

    Sorry for asking so much, but I am not very good at these things. I like them, but I haven't learned much about them yet.:)
     
  5. Nuc macrumors 6502a

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    I use gfortan. I also used g95 which is good as well.

    Yes download x86 OSX

    Nuc

    Edit: check out this site as well.
     

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