Compilers and Interpreters

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Compilers and Interpreters

This table of applications was automatically created Wed Oct 4 13:07:14 2017
Module Version(s) 3 2 M1 Description
cuda 8.0.44 Y CUDA development environment for NVIDIA GPUs
8.0.61 Y
ghc 6.8.3 Y Glasgow Haskell Compiler
7.8.2 Y Y
ghc-eden 7.8.2 Y Glasgow Haskell Compiler
gnu 4.8.1 Y Y OS-supplied GNU GCC compiler suite
4.9.1 Y Y
5.3.0 Y Y
6.3.0 Y
7.2.0 Y
native Y Y Y
intel 13.1.3.192 Y Intel compiler suite
15.0.0 Y Y
16.0.2 Y Y Y
17.0.1 Y
java 7u45 Y Y Oracle Java SDK
8u121 Y
8u66 Y Y
llvm 3.4.2 Y Y Modular and reusable compiler and toolchain technologies
3.9.1 Y
lua 5.3.4 Y Lightweight script language/interpreter
perl 5.24.1 Y Programming language
pgi 13.6 Y Y Portland Group (PGI) compiler suite
16.9 Y
python 2.7.13 Y Programming language (OS supplied)
2.7.6 Y Y
3.3.2 Y
3.3.6 Y Y
3.6.0 Y
native Y Y Y
yasm 1.2.0 Y Y Y Rewrite of NASM assembler