I have been unable to find any documentation, so it may not be possible, about being able to make an array of parameterized derived data types with different length parameters. I have done some simple tests, but I get strange compiler results where multiple allocations seem to overwrite the preceding one, rather than raise an error.
I just installed the latest update and everything during the install looked normal with no errors, but the FORTRAN compiler was not integrated into the Visual Studio 2010. The solution configurations windows are greyed out and no compiler is found in the options menu. I use the provided VS that comes with Visual FORTRAN and I am running Windows 8.1 on desktop with the latest updates. The version before this was working fine. I would appreciate any help you can provide.
im relative new in fortran so i have one problem.
Im using "VS 2010" with "Intel(R) Visual Fortran Compiler XE 188.8.131.52 [IA-32]" compiler.
When i try to compile module like it say in book Numerical Recipes in Fortran 90:
This guide contains background information and steps to create applications for the Intel® Galileo and Intel® Edison boards using the Intel® XDK IoT Edition. The Intel XDK IoT Edition distributed with the Intel® IoT Developer Kit lets you create and run applications directly on Intel-based IoT platforms. This edition of Intel® XDK also provides templates for creating new applications and offers the possibility of remotely debugging your application and running it from your own desktop.
This guide contains steps for installing the Intel® XDK IoT Edition, as well as creating and running a simple application on the Intel® Galileo or the Intel® Edison board. These are steps for all supported operating systems. Intel® XDK IoT Edition lets you create and test applications on Intel® IoT platforms. It provides code templates for creating new applications that interact with sensors, actuators, and so on, enabling you to get a quick start on developing software for your Intel board.
This section describes how to create and debug an Internet of Things (IoT) project in the Intel® XDK IoT Edition. You can also create companion hybrid mobile and web apps, including Standard HTML5 projects and HTML5+Cordova projects. For an overview of the types of projects available, see Projects Overview.
You can create a secure connection from your Internet of Things (IoT) board to the Intel® XDK IoT Edition using ssh. This secure connection encrypts the communication between your development system and the IoT board. In addition, you can prevent anyone who does not have ssh access to your IoT board from gaining access to the app daemon. For steps to update your app daemon software and take advantage of this security feature, see Updating the daemon. The updated daemon supports only secure connections.
Intel® XDK IoT Edition is a HTML5 hybrid and Node.js application development environment that you can use to deploy, run, and debug apps for various IoT platforms, such as the Intel® Galileo and Intel® Edison board. With the Linux* image distributed as part of the Intel® IoT Developer Kit and the Grove* Starter Kit Plus – Intel® IoT Edition, your development platform is ready to connect to the Intel XDK IoT Editon and run your Node.js applications. Along with its development features, the Intel XDK IoT Edition provides a variety of Node.js templates and samples intended for running on Intel IoT platforms. For more information on getting started, see Getting started with the Intel® XDK IoT Edition.
This guide contains steps to take temperature readings with the Grove* - Temperature Sensor and graph the data on a mobile device. The source code used to read sensor data can be found here: https://github.com/gomobile/iotapp-local-temperature. This example uses components from the Grove* - Starter Kit; if you use different components, your code and setup may vary slightly.