In the Fortran world, binary files produced by the same program compiled with
different compilers are likely to be different. It presents considerable
problem when data produced on one machine should be read on another machine and
these two machines work in different environment, in particular use different
fconv strives to overcome that difficulty by converting
binary files from one format to another.
At the moment
fconv supports only two compilers:
Their binary file formats were obtained through reverse engineering, so there
is no warranty
fconv will do the right thing while processing your files. Use
it on your own risk.
You may get the latest version via the following link:
The current development version is available via git with the following command:
git clone git://jini-zh.org/fconv
To compile the program, just execute
make in its directory.