DNA Workbench for X-windows

Bernard Murray bernard at elsie.nci.nih.gov
Fri Nov 18 17:12:31 EST 1994


In article <1994Nov18.133050.44022 at ucl.ac.uk>, rmiller at bsm.bioc.ucl.ac.uk (Rob Miller) writes:
> from David Mathog at Division of Biolgy, CALTECH:
> (responding to)
> >>Doesn't really matter, but Fortran is being unbundled and I don't know
> >>if Linux has a fortran compiler.
> > If Linux has no fortran 77 compiler then it

Just installed Slackware linux on my own PC (and love it).  The CD-ROM
version comes with the p2c pascal to C translator and the f2C Fortran 77 to
C translator.  I don't know if these are sufficient for people's programming
needs but they are readily available.  Being more of a biologist than a computerprogrammer I can't comment on their utility (I still use Pascal or BASIC for
my quick hacks - does anyone know of a good BASIC compiler for Slackware linux?)			Bernard

Bernard Murray, Ph.D.
bernard at elsie.nci.nih.gov (National Cancer Institute, NIH, Bethesda MD, USA)




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