Fortran use of the SDK

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jacasey
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Fortran use of the SDK

Post by jacasey » Fri Feb 28, 2020 6:41 pm

I should note here for any other dinosaurs that I've been using the 32 bit SDK with the Lahey-Fujitsu Fortran compiler for awhile now quite successfully. There are a couple tricks to wrapper the calls properly, but they are no different than using any other C library, well covered under the compiler manual for mixed-language calling techniques.
If anybody wants, I can post some shell code examples here.
Cheers,
Jeff Casey

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Re: Fortran use of the SDK

Post by Gerry » Mon Mar 02, 2020 12:33 pm

Hi jacasey,

That's great to hear. It's always very beneficial, for the community, when our users post some of their successes, as well as their issues. :D

If there are other Fortran users interested in following your experiences with our SDK more closely but at some point in the future, for what ever reason, you are not able to respond, it would certainly be helpful if you could post a few examples here, for prosperity.

Thanks and regards,

Gerry
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Re: Fortran use of the SDK

Post by jacasey » Mon Mar 02, 2020 7:29 pm

I tried to post an example and your system blocked me.

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Re: Fortran use of the SDK

Post by Martyn » Tue Mar 03, 2020 6:18 am

They will have been blocked due to extension names, either add .txt to the end or let me know what they are and I will add them to the list of acceptable extensions.
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