pFUnit is a Fortran testing framework created by developers from NASA and NGC TASC. pFUnit offers a convenient, lightweight mechanism for Fortran developers to create and run software tests that specify the desired behavior for a given piece of code. See the website or wiki for more information.

Features

  • Unit Testing for Fortran
  • Support for Serial codes and Parallel codes using MPI and OpenMP
  • New! Now Supporting PGI Fortran 15.1!
  • Modern Fortran programming techniques, including object orientation
  • Easy-to-use preprocessor support for writing tests
  • Tested with GNU, Intel, NAG, and PGI Fortran as well as Open MPI and MPICH.
  • Builds with GNU Make and CMake.

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Languages

English

Intended Audience

Science/Research, Developers

User Interface

Command-line

Programming Language

Fortran

Registered

2006-10-02