Cygwin participation threshold
Suhaib M. Siddiqi
Sun Feb 28 23:02:00 GMT 1999
>> Their product does not depend on Cygwin, but it does provide
>> switches to use Cygwin headers and libraries for porting purposes.
>> The fact is they got a commercial F77 and F90 which can use Cygwin
>> headers and libraries, makes it a really attractive product.
>In that case, it still acts to mkae cygwin more popular, which
>hopefully means that more people will use it in general, etc.
Absolutely true. I guess PGi is the only product right now which offers
Cygwin compability, with F77/F90 and HPF for single and multiprocessors
That was the reason i decided to go for it. To be honest G77 still lags
behind a normal F77 compiler.
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