Programing Fortran90 with g95 and VIM

Luís Silva lacsilva at gmail.com
Thu May 1 13:05:29 BST 2008


> Hello.
> I need to know how to "link" the g95 compiler with the
> text editor VIM to program like a IDE, in the same place
> write the code and copile it.
I use to write fortran code all the time in VIM. My approach 
to the problem was to write a Makefile and to run :make 
from within vim. This works pretty well for me.

-- 
Luís A. C. Silva
lacsilva at gmail.com
-----BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK-----
 Version: 3.1
 GCS/S d()>$ s: a? C+++(+++)$>+++ UL+++ P@ 
L+++(+++)$>+++ !E---(---)>--- W++(++)>++ !N !o 
K--? !w---(---)?>--- O-(-) !M-(-)>- !V PS++(+) PE Y+ PGP- 
t+>$ 5++ X++ !R? tv b++ DI+++(++)>+ !D G+ e+++? 
h?>$ !r?* !y** 
------END GEEK CODE BLOCK------
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