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fortran-magic 0.7

An extension for IPython that help to use Fortran in your interactive session.

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Fortran magic
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Compile and import symbols from a cell with Fortran code, using f2py.

The contents of the cell are written to a `.f90` file in the
directory `IPYTHONDIR/fortran` using a filename with the hash of the
code. This file is then compiled. The resulting module
is imported and all of its symbols are injected into the user's
namespace.


:author: Martín Gaitán <gaitan@gmail.com>
:homepage: https://github.com/mgaitan/fortran_magic
:documentation: see `this notebook`__

__ documentation_
.. _documentation: http://nbviewer.ipython.org/urls/raw.github.com/mgaitan/fortran_magic/master/documentation.ipynb


Install
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You can install or upgrade via pip

pip install -U fortran-magic


Basic usage
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Once it's installed, you can load it with ``%load_ext fortranmagic``.
Then put your Fortran code in a cell started with the cell magic ``%%fortran``. For example::


In[2]: %load_ext fortranmagic

In[3]: %%fortran

subroutine f1(x, y, z)
real, intent(in) :: x,y
real, intent(out) :: z

z = sin(x+y)

end subroutine f1


Every symbol is automatically imported. So the subroutine `f1` is already available in your python session as a function::

In[4]: f1(1.0, 2.1415)
Out[4]: 9.26574066397734e-05


See the documentation_ for further details.



Changelog
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0.7 / 2016-03-13
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- Fix cross compatibility with older NumPy and Python 3.

Thanks to `Elliott Sales de Andrade`_ for this contribution

.. _Elliott Sales de Andrade: https://github.com/QuLogic


0.6 / 2015-12-02
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- Decode text before printing
- Call f2py module instead of binary (numpy >=1.10 is mandatory)
- Check if f2py command failed

Thanks to `Juan Luis Cano Rodríguez`_ for this contribution

.. _Juan Luis Cano Rodriguez: https://github.com/Juanlu001


0.5 / 2015-01-21
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- Call f2py via subprocess. It fixes problems finding fortran compilers under Windows. (Thanks to `David Powell`_ )

.. _David Powell: https://github.com/DavidPowell

0.4.3 / 2013-12-09
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- Fix two python3.2+ incompatibilities (Thanks `Ramon Crehuet`_ for the report)

.. _Ramon Crehuet: https://github.com/rcrehuet

0.4.2 / 2013-10-08
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- Implement the ``--extra`` option (Thanks to `Denis Vasilyev`_ for the help)
- Include ``%%fortran``'s args in the hashing, so the same cell are
recompiled with the same code but different arguments

.. _Denis Vasilyev: https://github.com/Vutshi

0.3 / 2013-10-03
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- Added ``%fortran_config`` to set and persist default arguments
for ``%%fortran``
- Improve documentation

0.2.1 / 2013-09-24
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- Packaged and registered in pypi
- Starting a version's changelog

0.2 / 2013-09-19
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- Fortran highlighting in a ``%%fortran`` cell
- Works (or it should) in any platform (linux/windows/osx)
and with py3 (thanks to `Bradley Froehle`_)
- Many f2py's arguments exposed as magic arguments
- Verbosity handling
- Improved documentation

.. _Bradley Froehle: https://github.com/bfroehle

0.1 / 2013-09-08
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- First public release  
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