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How to analyze the code architecture of a large Fortran program?

A very good start would be to run the source code through DoxyGen it can analyse and document code in a number of languages including Fortran - if you also have Graphviz installed then you can also ...
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quad precision blas/lapack

You could use the Eigen linear algebra template library for C++. It is pretty complete with regards to BLAS and LAPACK functions and the interfaces are much easier to use (in my opinion). A word of ...
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Compiler for AMD CPUs : C, C++, fortran and BLAS/LAPACK

AMD does not maintain or distribute its own C/C++ compiler. What's more, Intel's C/C++ compiler (icc) doesn't necessarily perform consistently better than GCC and clang. I'm having trouble backing ...
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IDE for intepreting and compiling multiple languages: Fortran, C, Python, Octave, R...

Emacs with lsp-mode (https://github.com/emacs-lsp/lsp-mode) and flycheck (https://www.flycheck.org) will be a good choice to target multiple languages simultaneously. According to lsp-mode supported ...
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IDE for intepreting and compiling multiple languages: Fortran, C, Python, Octave, R...

EMACS or XEMACS, and numerous other versions can act as an editor and IDE for multiple languages by using the packages that are available. A recommended package repository is MELPA, but there are ...
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Fortran Code Metric Tools

Semantic Designs' (my company) Source Code Search Engine (SCSE) provides this capability. SCSE is mainly used to search large source code bases in many files in multiple programming languages ...
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