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Static analysis tools for Fortran, written in pure Python

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fsource - Fortran static analysis tool

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fsource is a collection of tools allowing you to parse Fortran 77 through Fortran 2008 programs. It is written in pure Python and has no external dependencies.

You install fsource via pip:

$ pip install fsource

or simply download the source, since there are no external dependencies (note that you should use bin/fsource instead of fsource in this case).

fsource currently features a command line interface:

  • a parser, which takes a Fortran file and outputs an abstract syntax tree (for the definitions) allowing you to extract modules, subprograms, derived types, parameters, etc.:

    $ fsource parse FILE.f90
    
  • a line splicer and a lexer, low-level tools which split a Fortran file into a set of logical lines and tokens, respectively. This allows you to set up your parsing infrastructure on top of fsource:

    $ fsource splice FILE.f90
    $ fsource lex FILE.f90
    

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