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Open64 Project at Rice

The Open64 project at Rice University provides source code for an offshoot of the Open64 compiler that is being adapted to support construction of software tools for source-to-source transformation of programs. Initially, the focus is on tools for source-to-source transformation of Fortran 90 programs with extensions. This webpage provides information on how to get involved and the various tools that are available to provide ongoing support for the Open64 project.

You may join the Open64 mailing list at Rice University. This subscription is open to anyone who would like to subscribe to the list, however, users must be subscribed in order to send email to the list. NOTE - it is best not to include your email signature when using these listserv commands since it will not be recognized and an error will be generated. Subscriptions should still occur normally however.

  • Subscribe via email to the Open64 mailing list
  • Unsubscribe via email from the Open64 mailing list
  • To access the mail archives, manage your subscription, create or to reset your mailing list password using a web interface, click here.
  • You can also access the Open64 mailing list on the web
  • We have provided a means to track the progression / bugs in the software. Please utilize this online tracking system to provide feedback and problem resolution for the Open64 project. You can also get an overview of how the bugtracking software functions.
  • The Open64 Source code is now available via anonymous access (read only). To obtain read/write access to the CVS repository, users will have to request this level of access.
  • The online CVS web archive is now available - use this to browse the Open64 CVS repository on the web.
  • Download the complete Open64 Source code (tar.gz file updated once per day).

Image Archive

An image archive of Open64 graphics are provided for use with presentations and printed materials - both high resolution and web formats are available for your convenience.

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