Compilers and Interpreters

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Software version(s) 1 2 M1 Description
E
epd 7.3-1 Y Enthought Python distribution
G
ghc 6.8.3 Y Glasgow Haskell Compiler
7.8.2 Y
ghc-eden 7.8.2 Y Parallel Functional Programming with Haskell
gnu 4.2.3 Y Configures the user environment to use the GNU compiler suite
4.4.5 Y
4.7.1 Y
4.8.1 Y Y
4.9.1 Y
native Y Y
I
intel 11.1.059 Y Configures the user environment to use the Intel compiler suite
2011.2.137 Y
13.1.3.192 Y Y
15.0.0 Y Y
J
java 1.6.0_17 Y Sun Java
7u45 Y Y
M
mono 2.8.1 Y Compiler and runtime for C# programming language
P
perl 5.8.8 Y Perl programming language
pgi 10.0 Y Configures the user environment to use the Portland Group compiler suite
11.3 Y
13.6 Y Y
python 2.6.5 Y Programming language
2.7.2 Y
2.7.6 Y
3.1.2 Y
3.3.2 Y
3.3.6 Y
native Y Y
T
tcl 8.3.5 Y Tcl/Tk programming language and graphical toolkit
Y
yasm 1.2.0 Y Y Modular 80×86 assembler