Thanks for corrections, "app". In that era, just the executables were distributed and there was no expectation that the target machine had any piece DLL's of Compaq software also present; I always assumed that in the exectuable was all that was needed to have a "complete" executable. Jerry Coffin k 47 No, I don't think so. I never use the actual "visual" environment.
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compaq visual fortran on windows 7 bit? - Stack Overflow
Some internet searches, as I recall, led me to a nugget that led wlndows to a simple how-to that involved some "trick" at install time so that the Compaq system behaved the same way as I was accustomed to it behaving. The SA and I tried various flavors of "compatibility" mode execution but the system still failed. My recommendation is that you upgrade to Intel Fortran, which is of the same linemeaning all your libraries for example, visuwl plotting on screen will still be there.
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Yes, wkndows is quite a bit of diference between 6. Run as Administrator, and let the installer complete the installation after you tell it where to install.
The "trick" is not something I can now recall, unfortunately. Note that this procedure is roughly the same as that given above by FortranFan.
Assuming your copy of Windows 7 is one of the higher end versions that supports it, you can install "Windows XP Mode" really, a copy of Microsoft's virtual machine and probably run it forhran that. Unlike in Windows wwindows, the old. It may well boil down to the data instance in question.
If not, try to use the compatibilty option by right clicking on the Developer Studio icon.
Then everything worked just swell! Not suprising, since it is a product whose development has been discontinued sometimes about 5 years ago. Mojtaba 9 1 1 2. The question is when will proper CHM support stop? I'll have to research more.
Windowx still use this quite extensively If you need any specific help with the switch, post a question - I'll do my best to help. Everything seems to work ok touch wood!
After I was "upgraded" to W7 and not able to be viusal administrator, there were immediate problems. For more complete information about compiler optimizations, see our Optimization Notice.
I don't remember having too much headaches with upgrading. In that era, just the executables were distributed and there was no expectation that the target machine had any piece DLL's of Compaq software also present; I always assumed that in the exectuable was all that was needed to have a "complete" executable.