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creamake

Automatic creation of Makefile for Fortran projects

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Creamake is a utility programmed in Fortran 90 that creates a Makefile for a Fortran project composed of several modules and a main program. Those modules can be distributed over several folders.

Creamake searches all the dependencies between modules, so the Makefile will respect them.

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Intended Audience

Developers

Programming Language

Fortran

Registered

2012-03-07

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