Message from discussion Bookshelf Help and Lib for f77
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From: dpb <n...@non.net>
Subject: Re: Bookshelf Help and Lib for f77
Date: Thu, 20 Oct 2011 17:22:39 -0500
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On 10/20/2011 4:12 PM, W. eWatson wrote:
> So as not to obscure a dpb comment from into the depths of another
> thread , I'm bringing it up to the surface.
> He states, "I'll point out that the F77 Bookshelf Help file has a
> reference link to every one of these in it w/ helpful longish titles to
> identify them from other than the help files themselves "
> Where is the Bookshelf Help file?
Same place I've pointed to numerous times before... :)
where C:\OWATCOM will be your installation drive/directory for the
> Is the implementation of the LIB facility in OW f77 similar to other
> compilers, or have f77 compilers struck out in their own way?
Pretty much altho there are some syntactic differences from exactly the
MS Lib iirc, there's nothing really unique or different than any other
librarian utility I've ever used (at least in the PC world, mainframes
were a whole different story, of course).