[Spice_discussion] SPICE libraries for g77
roberto.c.aguilar at jpl.nasa.gov
Tue Nov 11 15:22:41 PST 2008
In case you don't know about it, there is a package management system
for OS X called Fink that allows you to install pre-built packages
pretty easily. The Fink repository contains g95 for OS X PPC:
That may be the path of least resistance for getting a new compiler.
On Nov 11, 2008, at 3:01 PM, Turner, Scott wrote:
> Hi Bill,
> You might try using the freely available compiler: G95 (http://www.g95.org
> I had a similar problem a few years ago when I migrated from Linux
> to an x86
> based Macbook pro. I found that this compiler built the PC-LINUX, g77
> distribution of the toolkit without many modifications to the source
> build scripts. I have been using it everyday for a couple of years
> without any problems.
> Scott Turner
> Science Applications Group
> Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
> On 11/10/08 3:57 PM, "William Thompson"
> <William.T.Thompson at nasa.gov> wrote:
>> I have a short Fortran program that I've been running under Mac OSX
>> on the
>> PowerPC platform. It uses the SPICE libraries spicelib.a and
>> support.a. I
>> want to port this to the new Intel Mac platform. However, it
>> appears that
>> libraries don't work with the g77 compiler, and require something
>> which looks to be a commercial product. Is it possible to
>> recompile these
>> libraries for use with g77 or some other freeware Fortran compiler?
>> Bill Thompson
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