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creamake provides you with an intuitive, command line tool designed to help you generate a Makefile for your Fortran projects.
creamake distributes the generated modules over multiple folders and automatically determines all the connections and dependencies between them.







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Originally, I only wanted to use it to generate Makefiles for some very specific projects. After having used it for quite some time, I can safely say it is really really great. If you want to write Fortran, use it, it is wonderful.Q:

Using ComponentAccess to set a property

I have a component named TMessage which has a property of FText called Message. I can’t figure out how to set the value of this property, using the ComponentAccess class.
I’ve tried the following:
TMessage.Text :=’something’;
ComponentAccess1.SetComponentState(TMessage.Handle, FState.Running, False);

ComponentAccess1.SetComponentState(TMessage.Handle, FState.Running, False);
TMessage.Text :=’something’;


The component access works like this:
first you get the current values of the component
Message: string;
Message := TMessage.Text;

then you change the component state to whatever you like:
ComponentAccess1.SetComponentState(TMessage.Handle, FState.Running, False);
Message :=’something’;

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creamake is designed to automate the generation of makefiles for projects. The only requirements are that all the subfolders should be compiled together and that there should be a Makefile in each subfolder.
creamake does not add any include or lib paths to the generated makefiles. To add them you need to add them yourself.
creamake has a simple installation process. It just requires make to be available.
The creamake documentation is included in the Makefile. The documentation is also available online from the command line.
Just run the following command to see how to use the creamake tool:
$ make test
The program will prompt you for the folder containing your.f files and then prompt you to specify the directory containing your makefile. At this point creamake should start generating the makefile.
One thing you should know about creamake is that it will generate all the modules into the same directory. The ‘test’ module will be generated to the same directory as the other modules.
To simplify matters, the default directory will be set to a common base directory, which is automatically determined from your project’s.f files. When the ‘test’ module is generated, the files will be placed into the ‘test’ directory and should be all compiled together. In fact, you can say that creamake is your personal Makefile generator.
The creamake tool also gives you the opportunity to specify that it should generate the modules into the same directory. You should specify this if you do not want to generate the modules into one common directory, but instead into a directory per project.
Your project directory structure should look something like this:

To specify that creamake should generate the modules into separate directories, you need to specify a test directory for your project (test is just an example). The directory structure will look like this:

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creamake is a simple command line utility designed to generate a makefile for Fortran projects. The generated makefiles are compatible with both GNU make and bmake. The generated makefiles use many of the GNU conventions for Makefiles, including dependency generation. For more information, see the make(1) manual page.
creamake Requirements:

Fortran 2003 or newer compiler
GNU make
Bmake or other utility that converts makefiles to target dependencies

Other Useful Links

Online Formats List
Provides information about various Fortran online formats.
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creamake provides an easy-to-use command-line tool to generate Makefiles for your Fortran projects, with
features like automatic discovery of dependencies, simulation of different architectures and supporting
functions to conditionally compile a module or a subdirectory.

creamake was written as an educational exercise in the 2009
ACM OSRE Conference. It was mentored by
Abdullah Aktar and
Majed Dawood.

creamake uses a C-like language called PLCR to communicate
with the module manager. PLCR has no actual processing power and creamake is written using PLCR
simply to be as lightweight as possible. If you want to investigate the code, it is recommended
that you run it using Fortran 90 mode (using the -f90 flag).

creamake allows you to

generate the Makefiles of all of your modules

look at the dependencies between the generated modules

remove a module from your project

generate a Makefile for each architecture you choose to compile for

modify the dependencies

modify the generated Makefiles

Try it Out!

To generate a Makefile for your project, type creamake, followed by the name of the project you want to build. creamake will try to figure out the dependencies for you and display the results. To change the architecture (e.g. -arch=68) or any other aspect of the project, you can run creamake with the -i, -o, or -s flags. To remove the generated Makefiles, type the -r flag.

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Generated Makefiles

The generated Makefiles contain some useful information, such as the default project module name, dependencies for each module, a summary of the project, and how to recreate the project. To view them, use the -l flag.

Warning: there are some features which are under active development and have not yet been incorporated into the project.

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Please report any bugs or feature requests in the github issue tracker. You can also get in touch by
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