Evaluation of the TOOLPACK fortran programming environment.
Kim, Jung Sik
Bradley, Gordon H.
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TOOLPACK is a programming environment for the development of medium-size Fortran programs by scientists, engineers and mathematicians. TOOLPACK was developed by a confederation of computer scientists at several government labs and universities in the United States and Great Britain; it was first released in 1985. This thesis is an evaluation of TOOLPACK. It includes a discussion of the installation on the VAX/VMS, benchmarks of tool performance, and a comparison of the users' needs, TOOLPACK goals and TOOLPACK capabilities.