Hi, sorry if this is a dumb question. I have a broken version of Python 2.7 with a horrible mix of VS libraries that I cant debug. I figure what the hey, I'll just rebuild everything from source, including SCIPY, etc, using Visual Studio FORTRAN, C++, MKL, etc. What could go wrong :-)
I have VS 2017 for C++, but only an evaluation copy of FORTRAN compiler. My assumption is that any Fortran-related DLL's, etc, that get built will all survive the loss of the compiler license, but I wanted to check first.