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Thread Subject:
FORTRAN MEX & TOMS611 algorithm

Subject: FORTRAN MEX & TOMS611 algorithm

From: Weijie

Date: 5 Oct, 2007 03:56:23

Message: 1 of 2

I tried my Fortran MEX with the command in Matlab:
mex timestwo.F
and I got the message:

/usr/local/matlab/bin/mex: line 930: g95: command not found

    mex: compile of 'timestwo.F' failed.

what does this mean?

anyone ever wrote a MEX interface for the TOMS611
algorithm whose FORTRAN code is publicly available?

thx v much!

Subject: FORTRAN MEX & TOMS611 algorithm

From: Gadi Reinhorn

Date: 5 Oct, 2007 15:08:32

Message: 2 of 2


It seems that you don't have the g95 Fortran compiler installed or on your
system path.

Here is where to get g95:

Hope that helps,

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