Even programmers who use the command line shouldn't have to maintain makefiles. 

Let FTranMake do this for you in three easy steps:

  1. Add source files.
  2. Fill in the blanks.
  3. Click "Generate Makefile".

Added new files or module dependencies to your code? No problem. Just add the new source files to the project and generate the makefile again.

You can also use FTranMake to create a makefile that can generate a static (.a) or dynamic (.dyld) library from your code, which you can link to using FTranProjectBuilder or a fortran program from the command line.


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