"The PGI Fortran Workstation Fortran compilers deliver outstanding performance on 64-bit x64 and 32-bit x86 processor-based workstations and servers, and enable simple portable parallel programming for both shared-memory and clustered computing systems."
13.2 (installed in March 2013).
The Fortran compilers
are invoked by the commands pgf77, pgf90, pgf95 and pghpf. The
debugger is invoked by pgdebug.
On 64-bit machines, the above commands call the 64-bit version of the
compiler and debugger. Get in touch with us if you wish to run the
32-bit compiler in a 64-bit machine.
For quick help, type pgf77 -help, pgf90 -help, etc.
To access the extensive documentation,
PGI Documentation page.
tel: 5383 - office: 1322
If you are linking your program with external libraries such as pgplot,
and have problems with undefined references or symbols, you might
need to link also with other gnu libraries. Ask us if you need help.
Licenses: There are two floating licenses available for the PGI compiler; they apply to "compile time", not to run time (at most two users can compile at the same time, but there are no restrictions on how many users can run their code simultaneously). If your compilation command does nothing, and seems just to hang, it may be because the two licenses are being used. Wait a few minutes and try again.