Thanks to contributions from @davidpfister , we now support using custom user-provided functions in feq-parse. With this feature complete and now working for Intel and GNU compilers on Linux and Windows, we have released v2.2.0 of feq-parse.
An example of using the custom functions is currently included in the unit tests ( feq-parse/test/custom_r1fp64.f90 at v2.2.0 · FluidNumerics/feq-parse · GitHub ) and we’ll start adding more examples in the near future.
I’m looking forward to seeing what you build with feq-parse and would love to hear your thoughts and feedback!
In related news, I’m wrapping up some documentation that will be coming up soon as well as some video tutorials for “The ‘F’ Word” series on Youtube. Stay tuned!