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Hi there people,
I am a longtime fortran programmer and wish to add a GUI to the software
I make.
Question is : how ? What do I use for that?

To be accurate I develop in 77 under linux but the compiler being
gfortran which is a 77-compatible '95' compiler I can implement a
95-based GUI (if such a thing is possible).
But sticking to 77 only would be better.

Also, I DO wish to stay away from Windows, commercial apps are a
possibility but only a last resort : I prefer using what's under linux's
hood.

Cheers for any help, thanks!
G

On May 9, 3:08 pm, me <a@b.com> wrote:

> Hi there people,
> I am a longtime fortran programmer and wish to add a GUI to the software
> I make.
> Question is : how ? What do I use for that?

Do you know any scripting languages? This can be done in Python
(Google "python gui fortran") and Tcl http://ftcl.sourceforge.net/ and
other languages. There is also Pilib http://sourceforge.net/projects/pilib
.

Check out dislin at http://dislin.de

me wrote:
> Hi there people,

hi.

> Cheers for any help, thanks!

See also the discussion at

  http://groups.google.com/group/comp.lang.fortran/browse_frm/thread/8e...

FWIW, I vote for a web-based GUI.

Regards,
--
Bil Kleb
http://funit.rubyforge.org

me schrieb:

> Hi there people,
> I am a longtime fortran programmer and wish to add a GUI to the software
> I make.
> Question is : how ? What do I use for that?

> To be accurate I develop in 77 under linux but the compiler being
> gfortran which is a 77-compatible '95' compiler I can implement a
> 95-based GUI (if such a thing is possible).
> But sticking to 77 only would be better.

If you still stick on 77 have a look at www.japi.de. It works with
FORTRAN 77, is easy to use, pretty well documented but development
stopped 2003. You can use the binary g77-distribution with g77 and
gfortran and some other compilers (e.g. g95, ifort) and with many
platforms (But I would recommend the F-distribution for Fortran 9x
compilers)

Regards,

Hani

Do you need to run the GUI from within the fortran code? If not, check
out easygui if you are happy with some python programming. Very
limited but very easy!

Dave

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