Downloading Photran - Archived Releases

IMPORTANT: These are old builds of Photran and are made available for archival purposes only. They are unsupported and have bugs that are not present in the current release. Please use the current release for production work.

Photran 6.0

Photran 6.0 was released as part of the Eclipse Helios release train, along with PTP 4.0, on June 23, 2010. A list of new features is available in the New & Noteworthy, and comprehensive documentation is available.

Photran 6 requires Eclipse 3.6 (Helios) and CDT 7.0.

  • If you have not installed Photran before, or if you run into any problems during installation, please read the installation instructions from the Photran User's Guide.
  • If you are familiar with the installation procedure, Photran can be installed from the Eclipse Helios update site:
    http://download.eclipse.org/releases/helios

Photran 5.0

Photran 5.0 was released alongside PTP 3.0 on December 5, 2009, and requires Eclipse 3.5 (Galileo) and CDT 6.0. A list of new features is available in the New & Noteworthy, and comprehensive documentation is available.

  • If you have not installed Photran before, or if you run into any problems during installation, please read the installation instructions from the Photran User's Guide.
  • If you are familiar with the installation procedure, Photran is installed from the remote update site
    http://download.eclipse.org/tools/ptp/releases/galileo

Photran 5.0 Prereleases

Prerelease builds of Photran 5.0 are available from http://wiki.eclipse.org/PTP/builds/photran/5.0.0

Photran 4.0 and Earlier: Versions and System Requirements

Versions of Photran up to and including 4.0 beta 3 are available in two flavors. Regardless of which one you install, you will need to have a make utility and a Fortran compiler in your system path in order to compile and build Fortran programs.

  1. The full version contains the Eclipse Platform with CDT and Photran, including Fortran refactoring support. Simply decompress the downloaded file, then run the included eclipse executable. A Java 1.5 JVM is required.
  2. The Photran feature can be added to an existing Eclipse installation, as long as CDT is already installed.
  3. For version 4.0, a Photran feature without program analysis and refactoring support is also available. This will run on a Java 1.4 JVM, but the Rename and Introduce Implicit None refactorings will not be available, Open Declaration will not work, and less information will be available in the Outline view.

Photran 4.0 Beta 3 for Eclipse 3.3.1.1 and CDT 4.0.1

Full Versions

 
Eclipse Features

Photran 4.0 Beta 2 for Eclipse 3.3.1 and CDT 4.0.1

Full Versions

 
Eclipse Features

Photran 4.0 Beta 1 for Eclipse 3.2.2 and CDT 3.1.2

Full Versions

 
Eclipse Features

Photran 3.1 Beta 2 for Eclipse 3.1 and CDT 3.1.1

A "full release" of Photran 3.1 was never released; Photran 3.1 Beta 2 was followed immediately by Photran 4.0 Beta 1.

Photran 3.1 is available in two flavors.

  1. The full version contains the Eclipse Platform 3.2 with Photran 3.1 and CDT 3.1.1 preinstalled. Simply decompress the downloaded file, then run the included eclipse executable.
  2. The Photran feature can be added to an existing Eclipse 3.2 installation, as long as CDT 3.1.1 is already installed.

In either case, you will need to have a make utility and Fortran compiler in your system path in order to compile and build Fortran programs.

Photran Feature 3.1 Beta 2
   (requires Eclipse 3.2 and CDT 3.1.1)

Full Photran 3.1 Beta 2 for Linux/GTK

Full Photran 3.1 Beta 2 for Linux/GTK x86_64

Full Photran 3.1 Beta 2 for Linux/GTK IA64

Full Photran 3.1 Beta 2 for Windows

Full Photran 3.1 Beta 2 for Solaris

Full Photran 3.1 Beta 2 for Mac OS X 10.4

Photran 3.0 for Eclipse 3.1

Important. Photran 3.0 includes a modified version of CDT 3.0 which has been extended to support Fortran. You must use the supplied version of CDT; installing an ordinary CDT 3.0 release will break Photran. (This problem will be eliminated in a few months as we are working with the CDT team to integrate our multi-language extensions into the CDT proper.)

The current 3.1 beta (above) fixes a number of bugs present in the 3.0 release.  If you are having problems with Photran 3.0, please try the current beta before posting to the mailing list or entering a bug in Bugzilla.  Thanks.

Photran 3.0.0 Windows Bundle
   (includes Photran, g95, gdb, GNU make)

Full Photran 3.0.0 for Linux/GTK

Full Photran 3.0.0 for Linux/GTK x86_64

Full Photran 3.0.0 for Windows

Full Photran 3.0.0 for Solaris

Full Photran 3.0.0 for Mac OS X 10.3

Photran 2.1 for Eclipse 3.0

Important.Photran 2.1 cannot be installed alongside CDT; a separate Eclipse installation is required.

Full Photran 2.1.0 for Linux/GTK

Full Photran 2.1.0 for Windows

Full Photran 2.1.0 for Solaris

Full Photran 2.1.0 for Mac OS X 10.3


Photran Feature 2.1.0 for Eclipse 3.0.1