- [March, 2005]
CUTEr and SifDec are now available on MAC OS-X platforms.
Thanks to Mike Friedlander!
- [February, 2005]
CUTEr and SifDec now have an
online discussion forum
to solve user problems, submit contributions and for general discussion.
- [August 23rd, 2003]
Added support for Gnu g95
Fortran 90/95 compiler on Linux i386 machines.
- [April 7th, 2003]
SifDec compiles out-of-the-box on Windows 2000 and Windows XP platforms
running Cygwin. Make sure to have g77 and
gcc installed, as well as the basic Unix tools such as grep, sed, awk and make.
In the installation, pretend you are using Linux. Thanks to Hande Benson.
Note 1: Cygwin comes with the tcsh shell and no csh. You may have
to create the symbolic link csh -> tcsh in /bin.
Note 2: A native version for Windows might be available in the
not-too-distant future. Please let me know
if you would be interested.
- [March 15th, 2003]
The installation procedure has been completely
revisited and is no longer based on external tools such as imake.
Even though it is still based on (perhaps ambitious) meta-Makefiles,
the only tools required for SifDec to install are a C preprocessor and basic
Unix command tools, such as sed and awk. Note that we still recommend the
use of GNU make, and C preprocessor cpp included in GCC, although we have
successfully installed SifDec on the variety of platforms we support.
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