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# index.php
# Author: Beth Tibbitts
# Date: 2006-06-11
# Description: Main PTP site root page
require_once($_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . "/");
require_once($_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . "/");
require_once($_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . "/");
$App = new App();
$Nav = new Nav();
$Menu = new Menu();
#$localVersion = false;
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$pageTitle = "Eclipse Parallel Tools Platform (PTP)";
$pageKeywords = "Eclipse, Parallel Programming, Parallel debugger, Parallel Tools, MPI, OpenMP, OpenMPI, Fortran, C, C++";
$pageAuthor = "Beth Tibbitts";
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<h1>Eclipse PTP</h1>
<p>The PTP project provides an integrated development environment to support the development of parallel applications written
in C, C++, and Fortran. Eclipse PTP provides:
<li>Support for the MPI, OpenMP and UPC programming models, as well as OpenSHMEM and OpenACC</li>
<li>Support for a wide range of batch systems and runtime systems, including PBS/Torque, LoadLeveler, GridEngine,
Parallel Environment, Open MPI, and MPICH2</li>
<li>A scalable parallel debugger</li>
<li>Support for the integration of a wide range of parallel tools</li>
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<img alt="PTP" src="/ptp/images/ptp_logo_icon256.png"/>
<h2>Fortran Development Tools (Photran)</h2>
<p>The <a href="">Photran</a> 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 <a href="">Photran User's Guide</a>
for information on downloading and installing this plug-in.
<a href="">Online version of the Photran User's Guide</a>
is also available as part of the plug-in installation.
Highlights include:
<li>Support for IBM XLF, Intel Fortran, gfortran and other compilers</li>
<li>Fortran editor with syntax highlighting</li>
<li>Powerful refactoring support</li>
<li>Managed build support</li>
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<h6>Current Status</h6>
<p>PTP 8.1 released 26 September, 2014 </p>
<p>If you installed the
<a href="">Eclipse for Parallel Application Developers</a>
package you can do <b>Help > Check for Updates</b>.
You can also see <a href="">
Updating from a previous release</a> on the PTP wiki for details about updating from and to different releases.
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<h6>Recent News</h6>
<p><i>September 26, 2014</i> - PTP 8.1 Available. Check the <a href="downloads.php">Download</a> link on how to get yours.</p>
<p><i>July 13, 2014</i> - PTP 8.0.1 Available. Check the <a href="downloads.php">Download</a> link on how to get yours.</p>
<p><i>June 25, 2014</i> - PTP 8.0.0 Available. The <a href="">Eclipse for Parallel Application Developers</a> package now is based on Eclipse Luna</p>
<p><i>April 11, 2014</i> - PTP 7.0.5 Available</p>
<p><i>February 28, 2014</i> - Eclipse Kepler SR2 and PTP 7.0.4 Available. You can update PTP and the rest of your Eclipse workbench with the Eclipse Kepler SR2 release.</p>
<p><i>August 15, 2013</i> - PTP 7.0.3 Available</p>
<p><i>July 21, 2013</i> - PTP 7.0.2 Available</p>
<p><i>July 3, 2013</i> - PTP 7.0.1 Available</p>
<p><i>June 26, 2013</i> - PTP 7.0.0 Available with Eclipse Kepler.</p>
The <b>Help > Check for updates</b>
menu item should work to update your Eclipse and PTP from a previous
Luna-based (PTP 8.x) release.
<h3>Eclipse for Parallel Application Developers now is based on Eclipse Kepler </h3>
<p><i>June 26, 2013 -</i> PTP 7.0 is now the basis of this package in the
Eclipse Kepler release. Check the <a href="downloads.php">Download</a> link on how to get yours.</p>
<!--PTP was refreshed to 6.0.2 in the September SR1 release of the package.
PTP 6.0.3 was subsequently released on November 11, 2012.-->
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<h6>More Information</h6>
<p>The <a href="">PTP Wiki</a> is often the best source of up-to-date information on PTP for Developers and Users.
# Generate the web page
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