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matlab2fmex is a Matlab to Fortran90 mex file converter which aims to convert numerical matlab functions into Fortran90 mex files and compile them.
Submitted: Jul 02, 2001
Mac F2C  
Mac F2C is an application that will translate FORTRAN code into C or C++. When you compile the translated code and link it with the included libraries and supporting files, the translated code will run just like the original FORTRAN. Mac F2C runs on most Mac OS computers and can be used with essentially any C compiler. Mac F2C is fully integrated with CodeWarrior Pro 5 (version 1.4.2 supports CodeWarrior Pro 2 through 4), and includes pre-built libraries, and project stationary.
Submitted: Feb 29, 2000
ROBODoc is documentation tool (based on the AutoDocs program written a long time ago by Commodore). It extracts specially formatted comment headers from the source file and puts them in a separate file. ROBODoc thus allows you to include the program documentation in the source code and avoid having to maintain two separate documents. ROBODoc can format the documentation in HTML, ASCII, AmigaGuide, LaTeX, or RTF format. It is even possible to include parts of the source code with function names that point their the documentation. ROBODoc works with many languages: Assembler, C, C++, Java, Perl, LISP, Occam, Tcl/Tk, Pascal, Fortran, shell scripts, and COBOL, basically any language that supports comments/remarks.
Submitted: Feb 29, 2000
FLIC, a Fortran loop and index converter, is a parser-based source translation tool that automates the conversion of program loops and array indices for distributed-memory parallel computers. This conversion is important in the implementation of gridded models on distributed memory because it allows for decomposition and shrinking of model data structures. FLIC does not provide the parallel services itself, but rather provides an automated and transparent mapping of the source code to calls or directives of the user's choice of run-time systems or parallel libraries. The amount of user-supplied input required by FLIC to direct the conversion is small enough to fit as command line arguments for the tool. The tool requires no additional statements, comments, or directives in the source code, thus avoiding the pervasiveness and intrusiveness imposed by directives-based preprocessors and parallelizing compilers.
Submitted: Feb 29, 2000

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