I am setting up a new computer using Win 7 Home Premium. I am currently working on a Win XP machine with CVF 6.6b and Winteracter library 7.1
New machine has Visual Studio 2005 and Intel Fortran 9.1 (which I bought about 5 years ago as upgrade and never really used). I am using Winteracter 9.0, which is the latest version.
I am trying to get up to speed waiting for the release of Intel's newest Fortran to work with Visual Studio 2010 (and Winteracter too). Then I plan to upgrade to the 21st century.
Poking around the Internet it seems that intel_f2int is part of the Fortran runtime library. So it should be found without my having to do anything (I had to include a lot of extra libraries to make it work with Winteracter). This is in fact called from Winteracter routines,
There are many other routines that are not found, all looking like they might well be in the Fortran runtime library.
I tried Build/Rebuild and that did not seem to make any difference. I get 410 unresolved externals (many duplicated) whether I compile for release or debug.
Any suggestions would be great. I am trying to get out of the CVF because I see the handwriting on the wall that Windows is moving away from 32-bit.