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    Fortran90 on Eclipse?

    Hi everybody,
    How can I set Fortran90 (or 95? dunno) to work in Eclipse IDE?
    I have Mageia 2 i586 (32bit), a KDE distro derived from Mandriva.
    First of all, I installed Eclipse via Konsole:
    Code:
    su - 
    urpmi eclipse
    I then installed gcc-gfortran package through Install & Remove Software. libgfortran3 was already installed.
    In Eclipse under File > New... > Project, I expected to see Fortran Project or something alike but there's nothing of that sort.
    I'm totally new to this programming language and I need to familiarize with it by next week for a University Lab session. Can someone help me out? (How to save & compile programs etc.)

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    Re: Fortran90 on Eclipse?

    How can I move this question to the Programming section?
    I had put it here because I have a KDE distro, not Ubuntu.

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    Re: Fortran90 on Eclipse?

    You can report your own post by clicking on the "! Report Post" button and ask for it to be moved to the correct forum.

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    Re: Fortran90 on Eclipse?

    Moved to Programming since Fortran issues.
    For info on UEFI boot install & repair - Updated Mar 2015:
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2147295
    Please use Thread Tools above first post to close thread when/if answered completely.







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