Hi, I've installed Intel Visual Fortran Pro and am working on a visual studio project that has some C code that calls a few functions from fortran libraries. When I build the project initially it looks for LIBC.lib, which it can't open. I've found the files on an old Powerstation 4.0 disc. 4.0 Huge memory model! 5.1 Support for OS/2, Windows (using QuickWin), and of course MS-DOS. PowerStation Fortran 1.0 with 32bit MS-DOS support; PowerStation Fortran 4.0 with proper Windows NT support. Port Fortran Power Station 4.0 Project to Intel Visual Fortran Project/Solution I have code developed with visual components / dialogs written in Fortran Power Station that I want to port to Intel Parallel Studio in Microsoft Visual Studio. I have code developed with visual components / dialogs written in Fortran Power Station that I want to port to Intel Parallel Studio in Microsoft Visual Studio.Is there any economical way port the project files into the new environment?
Microsoft Fortran has been around for a LONG time.... However before it was sold, the product name was changed to PowerStation FORTRAN, then later sold to DEC at some point, then merged with Compaq, sold to Intel around the time of the HP merger.
But as far as I can trace back, it started as a product for CP/M.
I 'found' version 3.4 available here, although it's possible someone else has an older version.
From the CP/M versions, FORTRAN like all of the rest of Microsoft's languages found their way to the 16 bit IBM PC. From my own usage, popular versions included:
- 4.0 Huge memory model!
- 5.1 Support for OS/2, Windows (using QuickWin), and of course MS-DOS.
- PowerStation Fortran 1.0 with 32bit MS-DOS support
- PowerStation Fortran 4.0 with proper Windows NT support.
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