[R] fortran90 (fwd)

Thomas Lumley thomas at biostat.washington.edu
Fri Jun 4 18:23:17 CEST 1999

On Fri, 4 Jun 1999, Goran Brostrom wrote:

> Jim Lindsey wrote:
> > I am getting more and more useful and interesting code in Fortran90
> > that I would like to incorporate into my R libraries. I am currently
> > working on one that does two levels of nesting for binary data (3
> > level hierarchical model). This is a great deal of work. Does anyone
> > know of a public domain Fortran90 compiler. I am doubtful, given the
> > number of years it took for g77 to reach a minimal standard.
> >   Jim
> I found a free f90 compiler for "x86 Linux systems" at
> http://www.psrv.com/
> Haven't tried it myself, though.

The free version of this compiler cannot be used to develop applications
that will be used by someone else, which is a fairly major restriction.  
It also isn't complete Fortran 90.

The NAG compiler is fairly cheap, but I don't know of a free one.

Thomas Lumley
Assistant Professor, Biostatistics
University of Washington, Seattle

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