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Cray Release Preview CFT77 3.0

Cray Release Preview CFT77 3.0

Release 3.0 of the Cray Fortran77 compiler (CFT77 3.0) is supported on the following Cray systems: CRAY-2 systems running the Cray operating system UNICOS 3.0.4, CRAY X-MP and CRAY-1 systems running UNICOS 3.0.9, and all Cray computer systems running UNICOS 4.0 or running the Cray operating system COS 1.16 Bugfix 2 release.

This release preview provides information about the content of the upcoming CFT77 3.0 release. Please note that changes may occur before the actual release of the product. The information provided in this release preview includes a list of the release package contents, licensing requirements of CFT77, and descriptions of new and enhanced features, documentation, and training supporting this release.


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Date Published : June 1988

Manufacturer : Cray

Format : PDF - 18 Pages

 

 

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH11961. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

Cray Release Preview CFT77 3.0

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