Fortran and python

Curtis Jensen cjensen at bioeng.ucsd.edu
Mon May 8 22:15:10 CEST 2000


I'm writing an interface to a HUGE fortran program.  I've tried both
f2py2e and pyfort, and had e-mail contact the writers of both.  I much
prefer f2py2e.  It does everything pyfort does and more.  Plus Pearu
Peterson (The author of f2py2e) is pretty good about helping out if you
get stuck.  f2py2e is easier, and has more features.  f2py2e even
handles common blocks.  I prefer f2py2e.

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Curtis Jensen
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