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node.fortran

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Execute Node.js in your Fortran programs.

node.fortran

You have to install Node.js on your machine. In case you do not have a Fortran compiler, you can install it by running:

# Ubuntu
sudo apt-get install gfortran
sudo apt-get install fort77

# OS X
brew install gcc

๐Ÿ“‹ Example

      program nodejs_module_example
      use nodejs

      implicit none

        ! Let's execute a Node.js file
        call runNodejsPath("example/index.js", .false.);
        ! => "Hello from a Node.js file."

        print *, "An HTTP server is going to be started on port 9000."

        ! And now let's execute some Node.js code right here
        call runNodejs("const http = require('http');&
            &http.createServer((req, res) => {&
            &  res.end('Hello World from a Node.js server started&
            & from Fortran!')&
            &}).listen(9000);", .true.);

      end program nodejs_module_example

To compile the program, use:

gfortran path/to/nodejs.f90 your-file.f90

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๐Ÿ“ Documentation

The nodejs.f90 module exports the following subroutines:

runNodejs(code, waitForProcess)

  • code (CHARACTER(len=100000)): The Node.js snippet to execute.
  • waitForProcess (logical): If false, the Node.js code will be executed in the background.

runNodejsFile(file, waitForProcess)

  • file (CHARACTER(len=10000)): The Node.js file path.
  • waitForProcess (logical): If false, the Node.js code will be executed in the background.

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