|May28-12, 09:59 PM||#1|
cygwin + g95
I was given a CD with fortran files as part of my senior year project
(biology major here), that said in order to compile the code (using
cygwin), to install 'cygwin' and 'g95' Fortran compiler. I think i got
the 'cygwin' succesfully installed (after watching numerous youtube
videos) on my Windows Vista (added it to 'path' variable in
Environmental Variables). But when it comes to g95 i am confused, what
to install (there are so many packages/binaries on G95 website)? It
mentions about 'minGW' on the G95 website, would i still need 'minGW'
if i installed cygwin?
can you please help me in getting 'g95' compatible with 'cygwin' ?
|Jun3-12, 10:24 PM||#2|
It seems you have to go to the G95 download page, and choose "Self-extracting Cygwin x86". After the download, just execute the archive to get the G95 installed in your Cygwin.
PS: Call the binary "g95-Cygwin.exe" FROM a cygwin prompt.
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