On 2015/12/03 11:08 AM, Yuxiang Wang wrote:
Too add to Sturla - I think this is what he mentioned but in more details:
Right, but for each function that requires writing two wrappers, one in Fortran and a second one in cython. Even though they are very simple, this would be cumbersome for a library with more than a few functions. Therefore I think there is still a place for f2py and f90wrap, and I am happy to see development continuing at least on the latter.
On Tue, Jul 14, 2015 at 9:45 PM, Sturla Molden email@example.com wrote:
Eric Firing firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I'm curious: has anyone been looking into what it would take to enable f2py to handle modern Fortran in general? And into prospects for getting such an effort funded?
No need. Use Cython and Fortran 2003 ISO C bindings. That is the only portable way to interop between Fortran and C (including CPython) anyway.
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