On Fri, Feb 22, 2013 at 7:29 AM, K. Frank <kfrank29.c@...> wrote:
> Hello Paul!
> This is a comment, and not a direct answer to your question.
> On Fri, Feb 22, 2013 at 2:23 AM, Paul Orosz <pauoro@...> wrote:
>> I am working on Win32 a project that is a mix of C++, C and Fortran.
>> The C and C++ is compiled using Visual C++ 2008 and the Fortran is
>> compiled with an ancient version of Absoft Fortran (version 4.5). The
>> project's DLLs and executable are linked using the Visual Studio 2008
>> I am looking into the feasibility of replacing the Absoft Fortran
>> compiler with gfortran.
> Have you considered using MinGW for the entire project? MinGW
> is for Win32.
> If you are using something like MFC or COM, it could be a pain,
> but if you've largely stayed away from non-standard Microsoft
> extensions, C, C++, and Fortran are all covered by MinGW,and
> you would avoid potential problems introduce by mixing different
> tool chains.
Hi K. Frank,
I have thought about building everything using MinGW but we are using
MFC and as you note that would probably be a real pain. I think I'm
getting close with the mixed tool approach so I'm hoping that will
Thanks for the reply,