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The PTP project provides an integrated development environment to support the development of parallel applications written in C, C++, and Fortran. Eclipse PTP provides:

  • Support for the MPI, OpenMP and UPC programming models, as well as OpenSHMEM and OpenACC
  • Support for a wide range of batch systems and runtime systems, including PBS/Torque, LoadLeveler, GridEngine, Parallel Environment, Open MPI, and MPICH2
  • A scalable parallel debugger
  • Support for the integration of a wide range of parallel tools
PTP

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PTP - Installation

This short session explains how to install, update and configure PTP on your system. PTP is based on Eclipse and is platform independent.

To view the material please click on the link below:

 PTP - Installation

Credit: Parallel Tools Platform (PTP)

(to open their website click here) 

PTP - Usage

A synchronized project is configured using the training cluster Euclid. Afterwards, a simple parallel hello world application is built and submitted to the cluster.

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 PTP - Usage

Credit: Parallel Tools Platform (PTP)

(to open their website click here) 

PTP - Debugging

Finally, we look at how to use the parallel debugging features of PTP applied to the sample code of the previous section.

To view the material please click on the link below:

 PTP - Debugging

Credit: Parallel Tools Platform (PTP)

(to open their website click here) 

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PTP - Installation

This short session explains how to install, update and configure PTP on your system. PTP is based on Eclipse and is platform independent.

To view the material please click on the link below:

 PTP - Installation

Credit: Parallel Tools Platform (PTP)

(to open their website click here) 

PTP - Usage

A synchronized project is configured using the training cluster Euclid. Afterwards, a simple parallel hello world application is built and submitted to the cluster.

To view the material please click on the link below:


 PTP - Usage

Credit: Parallel Tools Platform (PTP)

(to open their website click here) 

PTP - Debugging

Finally, we look at how to use the parallel debugging features of PTP applied to the sample code of the previous section.

To view the material please click on the link below:

PTP - Debugging

 

Credit: Parallel Tools Platform (PTP)

(to open their website click here) 
 

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