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This manual documents how to run, install and port
as well as its new features and incompatibilities,
and how to report bugs.
It corresponds to the GCC-3.2 version of
GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE GNU General Public License says how you can copy and share GNU Fortran. GNU Free Documentation License How you can copy and share this manual. Contributors to GNU Fortran People who have contributed to GNU Fortran. Funding Free Software How to help assure continued work for free software. 1. Funding GNU Fortran How to help assure continued work on GNU Fortran. 2. Getting Started Finding your way around this manual. 3. What is GNU Fortran? How
g77fits into the universe.
4. Compile Fortran, C, or Other Programs You can compile Fortran, C, or other programs. 5. GNU Fortran Command Options Command options supported by
6. News About GNU Fortran News about recent releases of
7. User-visible Changes User-visible changes to recent releases of
8. The GNU Fortran Language The GNU Fortran language. 10. The GNU Fortran Compiler The GNU Fortran compiler. 9. Other Dialects Dialects of Fortran supported by
11. Other Compilers Fortran compilers other than
12. Other Languages Languages other than Fortran. 13. Debugging and Interfacing How
14. Collected Fortran Wisdom How to avoid Trouble. 15. Known Causes of Trouble with GNU Fortran If you have trouble with GNU Fortran. 16. Open Questions Things we'd like to know. 17. Reporting Bugs How, why, and where to report bugs. 18. How To Get Help with GNU Fortran How to find suppliers of support for GNU Fortran. 19. Adding Options Guidance on teaching
g77about new options.
20. Projects Projects for
21. Front End Design and implementation of the
22. Diagnostics Diagnostics produced by
Index Index of concepts and symbol names.
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