OS Type : Win32 (95 / 98 / NT / 2000)

Language : Fortran

Compiler : G77 (Mingw2.95.2 msvcrt)

To compile and run programs with the use of functions, you first need an installed Java Runtime Environment (JRE1.1.*) at your computer. If you don't have one, please go first to the link section and download it (Please do not use the newer JRE1.2, cause its still bigger, slower and buggy). The JRE has to be in your PATH variable. To test it, open a shell and type:
C:\ jre
If the JRE is correctly installed, you will see the Java Runtime Environment options.

Next, you need to have the TCP/IP stack installed. If you read this site via Internet, TCP/IP is still running ;-)

To compile a program with the use of japi functions you have to include the fortran header japi.f into your source file.
INCLUDE "japi.f"
Next you have to link the libjapi.a library to your object files:
C:\ g77 yourprog.f -o yourprog -ljapi -lwsock32

Download the header japi.f (required)

Download the library (zipped) (required)

Download the sources (zipeed tarball) (optional)

Download some Fortran examples (optional)