This Linux Ratfor is derived from the public domain ratfor version 1.0
by Oz, Ken Yap, W. Bauske (IBM), and SEP (http://sepwww.stanford.edu).
It is still in the public domain.
Ratfor is short for Rational FORTRAN. If you are not familiar with Ratfor,
SEP has a good page
about it. It was used in the classic
Tools text by
published by Addison and Wesley.
1.03 - 2015-12-03
I incorporated the changes from Debian ratfor 1.0-15 and a fix for Debian
1.02 - 2015-09-16
I fixed several C compiler warnings, rpmlint warnings, and autoconf/automake
1.01 - 2001-03-04
I converted the source to ANSI C, added prototypes, adapted it for the GNU
autoconf mechanism, and made the test cases (all two of them!) actually
work. Because of these changes, I am distributing this as version 1.01.
However, I consider this program to be stable.
I have binary RPMS and source
RPMS available, as well as the source code:
Other Things You Will Need
The ratfor preprocessor outputs FORTRAN 77. Please note that you will need
a FORTRAN 77 compiler (such as
GNU Fortran, part of
the GNU Compiler Collection) to compile and
run the output of Ratfor.