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Looking for some Fortran analysis tools


I just transfered into a program with a huge Fortan file base.  I am looking
for some static analysis tools to help me get my hands around this problem.

I have found a product named "Understanding Fortran" at
http://www.scitools.com/products/understand/fortran/product.php online and
it looks interesting.

Does anyone:
1) Have experience using the product
2) Have a copy within the company I can get and use.
3) Offer a better alternative

Any help would be apreciated.
Thanks

Joe Willmann wrote:
> I just transfered into a program with a huge Fortan file base.  I am looking
> for some static analysis tools to help me get my hands around this problem.

See also

  http://groups.google.com/group/comp.lang.fortran/browse_frm/thread/53...

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

our fortran resource file has details of some offerings.

http://www.kcl.ac.uk/kis/support/cit/fortran/pdfs/fortran_resources.pdf

our home page is

http://www.kcl.ac.uk/kis/support/cit/fortran/

understanding fortran seems to be a recent entrant.

you might also like a look at

http://www.sesp.cse.clrc.ac.uk/Presentations/SESP/sld001.htm

hope this helps.

Ian

On 8 May, 20:15, "Joe Willmann" <leroy.j.willm@boeing.com> wrote:

On May 8, 4:58 pm, ian_d_chiv@yahoo.co.uk wrote:

> our fortran resource file has details of some offerings.

> http://www.kcl.ac.uk/kis/support/cit/fortran/pdfs/fortran_resources.pdf

At the Open Directory,

Fortran: Tools: Code Analysis
http://dmoz.org/Computers/Programming/Languages/Fortran/Tools/Code_An...

and the parent category have many links.

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