(j3.2006) Fortran plug-in

Keith Bierman khbkhb
Mon Feb 11 13:37:25 EST 2013

Well, if an IDE is integrated with LLVM, wouldn't the entire LLVM family
"just work" at least to a first approximation?

Keith Bierman
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On Mon, Feb 11, 2013 at 11:13 AM, Micki St. James <mickistjames at gmail.com>wrote:

>  Researching plug-ins for a Java project, I was surprised to learn that
> Fortran was one of the very first plug-ins! Somehow I suspect Fortran 2008 may
> be a little big to be suitable as a plug-in ...
>  From wikipedia:
> >Plug-ins appeared as early as the mid 1970s, when the EDT text editorrunning on the
> Unisys VS/9 operating system using the Univac 90/60 series mainframe
> computer provided the ability to run a program from the editor >and to
> allow such a program to access the editor buffer, thus allowing an external
> program to access an edit session in memory.[4] The plug-in program could
> make calls to the editor to have it perform text-editing services >upon the
> buffer that the editor shared with the plug-in. The Waterloo Fortran
> compiler used this feature to allow interactive compilation of Fortranprograms edited by EDT.
>   Micki
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