Dec. 3, 2018
Simply Fortran Version 3.0 Has Arrived
Approximatrix is happy to announce version 3.0 of Simply Fortran, the first major release since 2013. Version 3.0 brings major feature additions and usability improvements to the integrated development environment on all platforms.
The integrated development environment now supports multiple projects in a single window. The projects can be selected through either the Project Outline, which now features a project selector, or from the Project menu. The project selector in the Project...
July 25, 2018
Bug Fixes Available for GNU/Linux and macOS
New builds are now available for macOS and GNU/Linux that address several issues reported by users. Issues assigning a library or include directory to the same directory as a project have been resolved. Single executable file distributions using AppImage technology should now work better on most systems where theming or, more generally, the entire window of Simply Fortran would not appear properly. The single executables now display properly on Linux Mint and other...
March 1, 2018
Bug Fixes for Simply Fortran 2.41
New builds of Simply Fortran version 2.41 are now available from Approximatrix that fix a number of issues reported with the previous release. Notably, a number of minor memory violations have been corrected that may have caused intermittent crashes on all platforms. A circumstance where the development environment could crash on macOS and GNU/Linux after the Console tab is closed has been mitigated. Internal tab handling and tracking robustness has been...
Jan. 18, 2018
Version 2.41 Now Available!
Approximatrix is happy to announce the release of Simply Fortran Version 2.41 for Microsoft Windows, Apple macOS, and GNU/Linux platforms. This release includes major feature additions and bug fixes for all platforms.
Default project options can now be set and saved from the Project Options window. The default project options will be applied where possible when creating a new project. Recent files and projects menu entries are now updated and...