Any fellow nummies and Pythonistas out there with experience using Digital Fortran on Windows?
I'm trying to get Pyfort to work with Visual Fortran / Visual C++ on Windows. I am not usually a Windows developer so I do not know how to do things like look at an object file to see what names are in it (as I could do with nm on Unix). I have discovered that by including c$DEC ATTRIBUTES C:: foo in my Fortran, where foo is the name of my Fortran function, that my missing external for foo disappears. This is not really ok as I want to be able to link to unmodified Fortran files that have simply been compiled into a foostuff.lib file.
I need information such as:
How to get the names to match up, or what name to generate in my C to correspond to the Fortran;
Which library to load with: I've tried dfor.lib and dformd.lib, in the context of running a python extension link through distutils, and both complain vociferously about library conflicts.
If this was my working life I could afford to put in the time to figure all this out, but this is pro bono publico and I would appreciate your tolerance of my asking for help.
Even just your Makefile or setup.py from a successful project of this type would be a big help.