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IVF v9 and .NET

Hi,
I am looking for a Fortran compiler that compiles to MS Intermediate Language. At present the only Fortran compiler I am certain about in this regard is Layey's. The IVF literature says that v9 is integrated with VS .NET, but how far does the integration go? Does IVF v9 compile to MSIL?
Thanks for your help!
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No, it does not. Integration in this context means that it shares the Microsoft development environment. (MS is eliminating this confusion in the future by dropping the .NET name from Visual Studio.)

IVF does allow you to build Fortran DLLs that can be called by managed code and provides support routines for such things as BSTRINGS and SAFEARRAYS.
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Thanks Steve.
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I use Salford's FTN95 for that purpose. It is good enough but I don't know if it is better than Lahey or not.
Sabalan.
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