CCL: QM codes NOT written in Fortran

On Jun 9, 2021, at 10:07 PM, Phil Hasnip phil.hasnip[-] <owner-chemistry(_)> wrote:

I'm confused about your Mac M1 chipset reference; how does this relate to your Fortran question? There are good ARM Fortran compilers, if that's what you're worried about. 

Phil, what compilers are up and working on the MacOS/M1 combination?  I am aware of the NAG compiler, which has issues for commercial development (licensing) so I have been told.  Also, given the staggeringly greater interest in C/C++ on all sorts of machines, I would think that portability would suggest alternate languages for new work - Python is a great control-level language, but as you mentioned you need math underneath.

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