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Handle (binary) Fortran files in Python.  A binary Fortran file can
be opened using the open method of this module; a File object is
returned that supports a writeline method (for writing records), a readline
method (for reading records) and the iterator protocol (for reading).

src/c/c/ccc-gistemp-0.6.1/CCCgistemp/tool/zontotext.py   ccc-gistemp(Download)
import extend_path
from code import eqarea
import fort
import gio
 

src/c/c/ccc-gistemp-0.6.1/CCCgistemp/tool/subboxtotext.py   ccc-gistemp(Download)
 
sys.path.append(os.path.join(os.getcwd(),'code'))
import fort
 
def totext(file, output=sys.stdout, log=sys.stderr, metaonly=False,

src/c/c/ccc-gistemp-0.6.1/CCCgistemp/tool/subboxcmp.py   ccc-gistemp(Download)
 
sys.path.append(os.path.join(os.getcwd(),'code'))
import fort
import struct
import sys

src/c/c/ccc-gistemp-0.6.1/CCCgistemp/tool/ncartotext.py   ccc-gistemp(Download)
sys.path.append(os.path.join(os.getcwd(),'code'))
# Clear Climate Code
import fort
 
# Move somewhere else?

src/c/c/ccc-gistemp-0.6.1/CCCgistemp/tool/gio.py   ccc-gistemp(Download)
# Clear Climate Code
import extend_path
import fort
from CCCgistemp.code import giss_data
from CCCgistemp.code import parameters

src/c/c/ccc-gistemp-0.6.1/CCCgistemp/tool/fortrantotext.py   ccc-gistemp(Download)
 
# Ravenbrook
import fort
# http://www.python.org/doc/2.3.5/lib/module-struct.html
import struct

src/c/c/ccc-gistemp-0.6.1/CCCgistemp/tool/compare_results.py   ccc-gistemp(Download)
# Clear Climate Code
sys.path.append(os.path.join(os.getcwd(),'code'))
import fort
import vischeck