[SciPy-Dev] Adding an unformatted Fortran file reader to Scipy
Mon Apr 15 05:18:43 CDT 2013
My recollection is, that the unformatted fortran files are machine
specific, so cannot be moved to different architectures. I suppose that
should be flagged somehow. Of course portability was the reason for
developing HDF, CDF and FITS. A converter might be useful. The main reason
for using unformatted data files is of course speed. For that reason just
having a reader is kind of anomalous. I suppose someone might want to write
an unformatted file for reading into a fortran program - which needs a
writer. I guess this could be added when needed.
On Sun, Apr 14, 2013 at 12:41 PM, Pauli Virtanen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> There's a PR adding an unformatted Fortran file reader to Scipy:
> This looks good to us, and will probably be merged shortly.
> If you have experience with reading unformatted Fortran files, and
> something seems to be missing, now would be a good time to point out
> what should still be added.
> Pauli Virtanen
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