Hi. Recently I wanted to take a look at Fortran so downloaded the Silverfrost (formerly known as Salford) Fortran95 compiler. See: http://www.silverfrost.com/11/ftn95/overview.asp BTW. It's freeware for evaluation purposes but if used for profit or research you have to buy a licence. It's also got a nag screen stating this much (and displayed for about 6 to 8 seconds before to any program that it makes will run.) One thing I'm trying to do is to figure out if this compiler/linker is able to produce a stand-alone exe file, in other words one that has any library routines already embedded. My Delphi compiler for example does it like that, it makes a stand alone exe so that you can just copy the one file to any other Windows computer and it will run. This salford/silverfrost compiler however makes really small exe files but they wont run on another computer unless I also copy the runtime library salflibc.dll. I was just wondering if anyone else uses this compiler and if they know of any linker options to make it generate a stand-alone executable. Thanks.