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June 13, 2024

Simply Fortran 3.35 Is Released!

Approximatrix is happy to announce the release of Simply Fortran 3.35 for all supported platforms. The latest version includes an updated Fortran compiler on macOS and Windows, cosmetic improvements, and numerous bug fixes.

The included GNU Fortran compiler on Windows and macOS has been upgraded to version 14.1.0. Our Windows build includes, as usual, a native OpenMP implementation, a faster math library, and the native Approximatrix Windows Coarray library. The macOS release now...

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April 4, 2024

Bug Fixes for 3.34 Available

New builds of Simply Fortran 3.34 are now available on the Download page that fix some issues found in the initial release. Per a user report, the Compile and Run Current File function in the Build menu now properly detects the use of Aplot and, on Windows, AppGraphics, linking those libraries when necessary. Editor panels containing exceptionally large Fortran source files should no longer have intermittent freezes when moving in a file after a change, though some...

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March 15, 2024

Simply Fortran 3.34 Available!

Approximatrix is happy to announce the availability of Simply Fortran 3.34 for all supported platforms. The latest release revamps cosmetic and internals of the macOS and Linux versions of the development environment, fixes numerous bugs, some severe, for all platforms, and improves Fortran module dependency calculations.

On all platforms, the debugger, where supported, now reports variables far quicker to the development environment. This speed improvement also resolves possible drawing...

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Jan. 5, 2024

Version 3.33 Released

Approximatrix is happy to announce the release of Simply Fortran 3.33 for all supported platform. The latest release incorporates usability improvements and new features to improve productivity across all systems.

The editor's pop-up context menu now contains an Insert menu that provides a quick way to add Fortran subroutines, functions, and derived type definitions to a Fortran source file. Selecting any of the available options will open a new window where the user can...

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