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* [[Paraver | Paraver tool (BSC)]]
* [[Paraver | Paraver tool (BSC)]]
* [[Scalasca | Scalasca tool (JSC)]]
* [[Scalasca | Scalasca tool (JSC)]]
* [[Trace Collector and Analyzer | Intel Trace Collector and Analyzer]]
* [[Trace Analyzer and Collector | Intel Trace Analyzer and Collector]]
* [[Vampir | Vampir Tool (TU-Dresden)]]
* [[Vampir | Vampir Tool (TU-Dresden)]]
* [[VTune | VTune Performance Profiling Tool (Intel)]]
* [[VTune | VTune Performance Profiling Tool (Intel)]]

Revision as of 10:54, 16 November 2011

All platforms at HLRS have several Software Development Tools, Compilers & Libraries installed in order to suit your development needs. We distinguish the tools by the way the environment variables (e.g. library paths) are set on the system. The first category of tools are generally available when logging in - their environment variables are set in a conventional way on the operating system. The second category of tools are using the module command in order to set their environment variables.

Before you start with the development of your code, please be sure to read the General HWW Documentation.

Available Software Development Tools, Compilers & Libraries

For details about installed Software see the complete list of installed Modules.

Project Management and Collaboration

Compilers and Language Extensions


Software Development Tools

Version Control Systems

Compilation and IDEs


Performance Analysis


How-Tos, Tricks & Tips

Compiling and running


Performance Optimization

See also

External Links