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Absoft Fortran 9.2 for Macs of either processor variety


Hi,

Anyone out there using 9.2 for both chips ? How is it ?

I've been considering getting it and an Intel based Mac to go along
with my Power PC IMAC so I can deploy an application for both types of
Macs but I'd like some opinions before I spend the money.

Sincerely,

Jim Klein
James E. Klein
jamesekl@earthlink.net

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On Thu, 26 Apr 2007 06:38:29 GMT, Jim Klein wrote:
> Hi,
> Anyone out there using 9.2 for both chips ? How is it ?

I haven't used it, but according to the Absoft page the native Intel version of
their compiler is Absoft Pro Fortran v10.  The 9.2 product is for PowerPC Macs,
but it will run under Rosetta on Intel Macs.

> I've been considering getting it and an Intel based Mac to go along
> with my Power PC IMAC so I can deploy an application for both types of
> Macs but I'd like some opinions before I spend the money.
> Sincerely,
> Jim Klein
> James E. Klein
> jamesekl@earthlink.net

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