G95 is a free, portable, open source Fortran 95 compiler. It implements the Fortran 95 standard, part of the Fortran 2003 standard, as well as some old and new extensions including proposed features for the Fortran 2008 standard like Co-array Fortran. When invoked with the -std=F source code is limited to the F programming language subset.
G95 was primarily developed by Andy Vaught, but development stopped around 2008 when Vaught moved to competing compiler vendor PathScale and amid disagreements within the developer community about the direction of the project and its leadership. These disagreements had previously already led to a fork of the source code, resulting in what is now gfortran, the GNU Fortran compiler. However, development of G95 appears to have resumed with version 0.93 as of October 2012.
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