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Re: [TRNSYS-users] TYPE 62 and Compiler
- Date: Wed, 30 Jun 2004 12:05:40 -0500
- From: MichaŽl Kummert <kummert@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [TRNSYS-users] TYPE 62 and Compiler
I would like to work with the TYPE 62 component (TRNSYS to Excel Interface).
I don't have a compiler at the moment.
Is it possible to install this component properly without having a compiler?
You need a compiler in order to add the component to your TRNSYS library
(link it to the other components in TRNLib.dll). Some distributors
sometimes offer the service of recompiling a DLL for you, depending on
your maintenance contract with them. You should check with your
distributor if you think that is the only use you will ever have for a
compiler (keep in mind that TRNSYS 16 will NOT require a compiler
anymore to add new components, thanks to the multi-DLL architecture)
A second question is about the Fortran compiler:
Which currently available compiler is worth to buy it in order to work with TRNSYS and Hydrogems?
I heard, that the Compac Compiler isn't available any more...
The Intel Visual Fortran compiler (version 8.0) is the recommended
compiler for users who have to purchase a new compiler. Users who
already have the Compaq Visual Fortran compiler are advised to keep
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