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CamFort: lightweight verification for scientific Fortran

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CamFort is a multi-feature tool for improving the quality of Fortran code. Its features are primarily aimed at programming patterns found in numerical modelling code e.g., in computational science.

CamFort is free and open-source. It currently supports the Fortran 66, 77, 90, 95 and (most of the) 2003 language standards.

This talk will discuss the usage of CamFort on scientific code, including features such as units-of-measure checking and stencil specifications.

This talk is part of the RSE Seminars series.

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