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Fortran compiling error

by mechb05
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mechb05
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Feb6-13, 07:47 AM
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I Just finished installing gcc and SciTE .

when i try to run a basic code ..the following error is returned(refer attached file)
many thanks


PS:I have saved fortarn.properties file in the installation folder of scyntilla
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Mark44
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Feb6-13, 09:22 AM
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It appears to me that Windows doesn't know how to find your compiler. You need to add the directory path for the Fortran compiler to the path environment variable. Here's a link that might help if you don't know how to do this: http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000549.htm.
mechb05
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Feb8-13, 02:58 AM
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Quote Quote by Mark44 View Post
It appears to me that Windows doesn't know how to find your compiler. You need to add the directory path for the Fortran compiler to the path environment variable. Here's a link that might help if you don't know how to do this: http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000549.htm.

Hi Mark44
thanks for reply.

But the variable you are talking about is already set (refer the screenshot).

i think its something else.Can you suggest some other method of running fortran with good text editor as i am newbie...offcourse a freeone :P
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Mark44
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Feb8-13, 09:54 AM
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Fortran compiling error

I'm not convinced that you have the path variable set correctly. The screen shot was pretty small, so was hard to read. The 2nd item looks like C:\gcc\libexec\gcc\686pc...

Does this actually refer to a directory on your computer? The two gcc parts in the path seem odd to me.
mechb05
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Feb17-13, 01:26 AM
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Quote Quote by Mark44 View Post
I'm not convinced that you have the path variable set correctly. The screen shot was pretty small, so was hard to read. The 2nd item looks like C:\gcc\libexec\gcc\686pc...

Does this actually refer to a directory on your computer? The two gcc parts in the path seem odd to me.
Thanks MARK44

I somehow got it working by following a video on YOUTUBE


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