Yesterday I read a post in Fortran. Discourse that said that modern Fortran was not your father's Fortran.
Then I read a post from 2005, about a Fortran Programmer who had 40 years experience in Fortran II and IV.
Here is a picture of a Fortran programmer who will not learn the language until at least 2032, she can program into the next century.
yes she is related and no Santa surprises for guessing how.
SLICOT is a Fortran program from 2005. It does subspace stuff for dynamic analysis.
The source files are set up for NMAKE. I have never used NMAKE, and would prefer to update to a VS 2022 IFX.
Has anyone ever used the following program to do that ::
The program is written in Visual Fortran
It looks like you can create a Solution with multiple Projects.
The first project is a library (perhaps static), to create slicot.lib from the *.f files in src.
While you could add additional projects, one for each example .exe, I suggest you maybe pick one or a few representative from the examples or examples77 folder, just for testing, exploring, modifying the slicot.lib *.f files.
For the bulk of the examples/examples77, continue to use nmake to make the 100's of sample programs.
You will have to mess around to get your environment (directories) setup for VS, but that is only a onetime struggle.