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how for change fortran_compilers.props

how for change fortran_compilers.props

how for change fortran_compilers.props

i want to add intel visual fortran compiler v11(IVF11) to installed version fortran of pscad v4.2 as i know must have change the fortran_compilers.props but i dont know about notepad programming i get this notepad code but i do'nt know how change to use : (fortran_compilers.props:http://www.4shared.com/zip/EmJbcpYNba/fortran_comp...)

CODE -->

<INTEL = "11.1" 
 version_key = "Compilers \ FORTRAN \ #, Major Version, Minor Version" 
 title_key = "Compilers \ FORTRAN \ # \ IA32, DisplayString" 
 batch_args = "ia32" BATCH_NAME = " ifortvars.bat "batch_path =" bin \ "exe_path_key ="                     Compilers \ FORTRAN \ #, ProductDir "exe_subpath =" bin \ ia32 " 
exe_name = "ifort.exe" 
EMTDC = "IF9"> </ INTEL> 
As far as I know you can make changes to the code and add to fortran_compilers.props thanks for your attention

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