FortranCL: An OpenCL interface for Fortran 90

December 30th, 2011

FortranCL is an interface to OpenCL from Fortran90 programs, and it is distributed under the LGPL free software license. It allows Fortran programmer to directly execute code on GPUs or other massively parallel processors. The interface is designed to be as close to the C OpenCL interface as possible, and it is written in native Fortran 90 with type checking. FortranCL is not complete yet, but it includes enough subroutines to write GPU accelerated code in Fortran. More information: http://code.google.com/p/fortrancl/

One Response to “FortranCL: An OpenCL interface for Fortran 90”

  1. kun zhang says:

    i want fortrancl to finish gpu parallel codes

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