slatec4gfortran: a SLATEC distribution for gfortran
The SLATEC Common Mathematical Library is a widely used, authorative
collection of general purpose mathematical and statistical routines,
written in FORTRAN77. It is in the public domain.
The official homepage is http://www.netlib.org/slatec.
For more background, see slatec/guide.
For a listing of user-callable routines, see slatec/toc.
In Fortran, binaries are compiler specific.
To use a library with a given compiler,
it must be compiled with the very same compiler.
slatec4gfortran is a distribution of SLATEC
for use with the gfortran compiler.
The i386 binary, created with gfortran version 4.6.1:
libslatec.a-41c (10.1 MB).
Install it as libslatec.a in /usr/local/lib.
The source distribution
The source distribution:
slatec4gf41c.tgz (2.8 MB).
It contains the original SLATEC sources (from 1993, with two corrections from 1994 and 1999), machine-constant files for the i386 architecture, the original test suite, makefiles, and documentation extraction tools.
The installation guide: slatec4gf41c-README.
The binary, makefile, and other auxiliary software of slatec4gfortran
are released into the public domain;
this web page and the README file
are published under the Creative Commons license
10oct2011 first published; software relase slatec4gf41c
(based upon SLATEC 4.1)