Le 23/04/2019 à 14:37, LU XU a écrit :
I installed Geany 1.34.1(on Windows 7) and tried to compile my fortran code with it. however, it keeps giving me the following error message:
*'The system cannot find the file specified.'*
I searched the web for solutions and someone said that I should put the fortran code file into the current directory or path of geany, which I cannot find. Could you please give me some details about how to modifying the directory of geany so that the error can disappear?
Geany doesn't come with a FORTRAN compiler, you need to install one yourself, for example GNU gfortran. Then, you either need to setup the Windows environment so that it finds `gfortran.exe` in the console (see setting PATH environment variable), or you need to change the Geany settings for FORTRAN files to include the full path to the compiler (with a FORTRAN file open, go to Build -> Set Build Commands).
Also, although My computer language is English, the installed Geany in my computer is in Chinese. Could you please tell me the link so I can install an English version?
It's odd that it would select the wrong language, but I guess some part of your system still say it's Chinese. Anyway, you can e.g. check the FAQ question 11: https://www.geany.org/Documentation/FAQ#QQuestions11
PS: you should write to the mailing lists, as there's a wider audience that can help you, and any answer can also help others. I CC'd it.