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Fortran resource file - updated 31 March 2017
detailed and up-to-date Fortran information covering compilers, books, on-line training material, graphics, parallel programming, analysis, conversion & maintenance tools, electronic lists, standards bodies, Fortran groups & newsletters, Fortran tools, libraries & applications

Fortran resource file - updated 31 March 2017
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Fortran compilers

Compiler support for Fortran 2003, 2008 & TS 29113 Standard - rev 21 (April 2017)
This article appears regularly in Fortran Forum.

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Fortran compiler comparisons for Windows & Linux hosted by Polyhedron Solutions

free compiler - from GNU Fortran project.

Versions of Intel Parallel Studio XE Composer Edition available for Windows, Linux, and OS X.

Fortran compiler release 6.1 available on Unix, Windows & Mac OS
Fortran Builder - an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for release 6.1 of the Microsoft Windows version of the NAG Fortran compiler.

Fortran 2003

The new features of Fortran 2003, John Reid, WG5 Convener (pdf)
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Fortran 2008

The Fortran 2008 standard was published on 6 October 2010
The new features of Fortran 2008 (N1891), John Reid, WG5 Convener (pdf)
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Coarrays in the next Fortran standard, John Reid, WG5 Convener (pdf)
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TS 29113

Fortran standards work

  • WG5 - the official home of Fortran standards

Fortran electronic lists, faq & groups

a Jiscmail hosted list which is restricted to questions about Fortran since the publication of the Fortran 90 standard. It can either be browsed on-line or subscribed to and postings will be received by email.
a Usenet news hosted list covering all aspects of Fortran.

Linkedin's Fortran group - over 3700 members (September 2016)

a business-related social networking site with a lively Fortran group.

a publication of the Special Interest Group in Programming Languages (SIGPLAN) of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). Fortran Forum was founded by Loren Meissner and is published three times year.

Numerical Libraries

Graphics Libraries

Fortran's history

Fortran history and development - Ian Chivers & Jane Sleightholme
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a project to preserve material relating to the original IBM 704 FORTRAN/Fortran II

The Fortran (not the foresight) saga!
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an article written by Brian Meek in 1990 on the development of Fortran.
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