I don't have a particular tool as an example, but gedit for Linux with the optional fortran.lang file, may be a starting point.
For me, it is just a little annoying going to a source code view of a function on VTL3, and find it colored in C/C++ keywords when it is a Fortran file. (Is there a way to turn it off?). It is just a visual aid, but a nice one.
Of course, to implement a Fortran Parser for the Eclipse environment would be the best, as the one that exists for C/C++ development (I think the same one can be easily extended for it). Then, everything from coding to profiling can be done on the same environment.
What extension do your Fortran source files use? If you open the VTune analyzer Options dialog and select Syntax Highlight under Source View, you will see that the analyzer is configured to use a Fortran color scheme for files with the following extensions: *.f;*.fpp;*.for;*.f90;*.f95. If this is not working, we should report it. Can you submit an issue at Intel Premier Support and attach a sample module and source file?