|System||Binary Distributions||CVS/rsync Source Distributions|
|Description:||Fortran source code analyzer (7.0-5)|
FLOPPY is a software tool that takes as input a file of FORTRAN 77 code and checks it according to various "coding conventions". Floppy can "tidy" the source FORTRAN, producing a new file with indented DO-loops, block IF-s, and so on. Floppy can be used to generate HTML from the Fortran program. In this case, a new file is written where each module and include file name in the source Fortran is replaced by an HTML Anchor. The format of the source is preserved when the document is browsed by an HTML browser. FLOPPY can also be used to write a binary summary file which is then used as input to the FLOW program.
Floppy operates on a single input file of Fortran code. floppy [-l] [-c checks] [-f] [-o old] [-i names] [-j number] [-F] [-G] [-r start,step] [-s start,step] [-n new] [-t] [-H dictionary] [-A] [file]
|Maintainer:||Karl-Michael Schindler <karl-michaelDOTschindlerATwebDOTde>|
CVS log, Last Changed: Fri, 17 Aug 2012 04:14:26 (UTC)
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