Pyfort - Python/Fortran connection tool

Paul F. Dubois dubois1 at llnl.gov
Tue Aug 10 00:05:55 CEST 1999


Pyfort is a tool for connecting Python to Fortran. Using a syntax similar to
Fortran 95's interface blocks, Pyfort produces a Python module that can be
linked together with the Fortran routines to enable them to be called from
Fortran.

The document is http://xfiles.llnl.gov/pyfort.pdf; it is in Acrobat format.

Pyfort can be downloaded at ftp://ftp-icf.llnl.gov/pub/python/pyfort.tgz. It
is 100% Pure Python; no compilation is required; however, you will need both
C and Fortran compilers for your application.

Pyfort has been released for unlimited redistribution; please see the file
Legal.htm in the distribution.

Paul F. Dubois
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
dubois1 at llnl.gov

Questions to support at pcmdi.llnl.gov.


<P><A HREF="http://xfiles.llnl.gov/python.htm">Pyfort 1.0</A> - a tool for
connecting Python to Fortran.  (09-Aug-99)

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