qUNIX for FORTRAN Programmers provides the serious scientific programmer with an introduction to the UNIX operating system and its tools. The intent of the book is to minimize the UNIX entry barrier and to familiarize readers with the most important tools so they can be productive as quickly as possible. qUNIX for FORTRAN Programmers shows readers how to do things they're interested in: not just how to use a tool such as qmake or qrcs, but how to use it in program development and how it fits into the toolset as a whole. The tools discussed include: The FORTRAN compiler (qf77).UNIX interactive command languages, or shells (qcsh for interactive use, qsh for shell programming).qvi, the standard UNIX editor.Object library management tools (qar and qranlib).The programming environment (I/O, basic system calls, error handling).The qadb and qdbx debuggers.qprof, qgprof, qtime, profiling tools.qmake, a tool for automating complex compilations.qrcs, a source code management system for large projects.Common porting problems.Michael Kosta Loukides. make command, make reads the makefile in the current directory and executes whatever commands are needed to create the target you named successfully. If you omit target-name, make will create the first targetanbsp;...
|Title||:||UNIX for FORTRAN programmers|
|Author||:||Michael Kosta Loukides|
|Publisher||:||O'Reilly Media - 1990|