Ian Mclaren IT/ASD
The Windows NT/95 Cernlib 98 can be obtained in the usual way from our
asisftp.cern.ch and from the "Physics" item on the NICE
start menu at CERN. There is a
README in both these locations giving
details of the Digital Visual Fortran and
Microsoft C options that were
used. On the NICE start menu there are options to execute PAWNT and to set
the environment for Fortran applications that use Cernlib.
The most convenient way to access the libraries is by having a
Developer Studio project that includes
them in the
project/settings/link dialog box.
In addition, there are help menu links to the
Digital Fortran manuals, the
being particularly useful on linking procedures.
For information on distribution, pricing and other details of
DIGITAL Visual Fortran Standard Edition V5.0
go to the
Fortran WEB site
pawnt.exeand is identical in functionality to
pawX11on Unix. There are no plans to make
Paw++as Motif is not available. On Windows 95 the
HOMEenvironment variable has to be set by issuing the command (or putting it in your