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[netCDF #AGV-603011]: Compatible Fortran compilers



Hello,

NetCDF Fortran is not currently officially supported under Windows, although 
it's my understanding that some members of our user community have gotten it to 
work.  Under Linux/OSX, the Intel, PGI and Gnu Fortran compilers are all known 
to be compatible.

I hope this helps, have a good day,

-Ward

> Dear Support
> 
> Are the unidata NetCDF libraries able to be linked with recent version of
> 64 byte Intel Visual Fortran compilers?  My understanding is that this
> is not possible.  If not can I use a PGI Fortran compiler?  Alternatively
> could you recommend a suitable 64 byte Fortran compiler?
> 
> Any suggestions much appreciated.
> 
> Regards
> 
> Craig
> 
> Dr Craig Beverly
> Senior Research Scientist | Agriculture Research and Development Division
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: AGV-603011
Department: Support netCDF
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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