Header file permitting Fortran routines to be called in C/C++
cfortran.h is an easy-to-use powerful bridge between C and FORTRAN.
It provides a completely transparent, machine independent interface between
C and FORTRAN routines (= subroutines and/or functions) and global data,
i.e. structures and COMMON blocks.
cfortran for Debian
The principal FORTRAN compiler in Debian is now gfortran. Please note that if
you use gfortran to build FORTRAN code, you must "#define gFortran" in your C
code or use -DgFortran on the command line to achieve an equivalent effect
before any "#include <cfortran.h>" line. If you still use g77 to build FORTRAN
code, or if you use the -ff2c flag to gfortran,
cfortran (4.4-10) unstable; urgency=low
cfortran.h has been enhanced to support the gfortran compiler. Use the
flag -DgFortran to your C/C++ compiler, or #define gFortran somewhere in
your source code above the #include <cfortran.h>. Doing this is also
likely necessary if you use g77 with the -fno-f2c flag, or f2c with the
-- Kevin B. McCarty <firstname.lastname@example.org> Wed, 5
cfortran (4.4-14) unstable; urgency=low
* Add license text to cfortran.h (Closes: #507429).
* Warm if user does not use -D flags as documented in README.debian
* New maintainer (Closes: #508500).
* Bump policy version.
-- Bastien ROUCARIÈS <email@example.com> Wed, 14 Oct 2009 14:56:50 +0200
cfortran (4.4-13) unstable; urgency=low
Maintainer: Debian Science Maintainers <firstname.lastname@example.org
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