InlineFortran 1.0.0 Released

InlineFortran version 1.0.0 has been released!

http://www.rubyforge.org/projects/rubyinline

== FEATURES/PROBLEMS:

  • Very rudimentary right now. Needs some love.

== SYNOPSYS:

 inline :Fortran do |builder|
   builder.subroutine('print_integer', ["void", "int"], <<-END)
     subroutine print_integer( integer )
       integer, intent(in) :: integer
       print *, 'integer: ', integer
     end
   END
 end

== REQUIREMENTS:

Changes:

== 1.0.0 / 2006-10-21

And so we come full circle, 50 years of technological advancement have
allowed us to run FORTRAN! Again. I still can’t decide whether to cheer
or groan :wink:

However, impressive, as all of RubyInline. Which reminds me, I should
toy with it again to see if I can make it play along with directory
names with spaces like I meant to two years ago. (Or did this happen to
be fixed since?)

David V.

David V. wrote:

And so we come full circle, 50 years of technological advancement have
allowed us to run FORTRAN! Again. I still can’t decide whether to cheer
or groan :wink:

I haven’t written any Fortran since 1990. I suppose it would come back
to me. 50 years, eh? Well … I wrote my first Fortran (II) programs
almost that long ago. At least the machines were solid-state. :slight_smile:

So you can write Fortran programs in any language!

M. Edward (Ed) Borasky wrote:

Well … I wrote my first Fortran (II) programs
almost that long ago. At least the machines were solid-state. :slight_smile:

/me hides Edward’s Zimmer frame, steals apples from his garden, and
stands on his lawn.

So you can write Fortran programs in any language!

Now it’s decided. groan

David V.

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