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Eclipse PTP

The PTP project provides an integrated development environment to support the development of parallel applications written in C, C++, and Fortran. Eclipse PTP provides:

  • Support for the MPI, OpenMP and UPC programming models, as well as OpenSHMEM and OpenACC
  • Support for a wide range of batch systems and runtime systems, including PBS/Torque, LoadLeveler, GridEngine, Parallel Environment, Open MPI, and MPICH2
  • A scalable parallel debugger
  • Support for the integration of a wide range of parallel tools

Fortran Development Tools (Photran)

The Photran project is now part of PTP. Forming an integral part of the parallel tools platform, Fortran language support provided by Photran is an essential tool for the parallel development community. Please consult the Photran User's Guide for information on downloading and installing this plug-in. Online version of the Photran User's Guide is also available as part of the plug-in installation. Highlights include:

  • Support for IBM XLF, Intel Fortran, gfortran and other compilers
  • Fortran editor with syntax highlighting
  • Powerful refactoring support
  • Managed build support

Current Status

PTP 7.0.5 released 28 April 11, 2014

PTP 7.0.5 Available April 11, 2013

Check the Download link on how to get yours.

Eclipse Kepler SR2 and PTP 7.0.4 available February 28, 2014

You can update PTP and the rest of your Eclipse workbench with the Eclipse Kepler SR2 release.

PTP 7.0.3 Available August 15, 2013

PTP 7.0.2 Available July 21, 2013

PTP 7.0.1 Available July 3, 2013

PTP 7.0.0 Available June 26, 2013 with Eclipse Kepler

Check the Download link for details on how to get yours. If you installed the Eclipse for Parallel Application Developers package, please see Updating from the parallel package to a more recent release on the PTP wiki.

More Information

The PTP Wiki is often the best source of up-to-date information on PTP for Developers and Users.