The Parallel Tools Platform project provides tools and frameworks for developing parallel programs for high performance computing. This includes tools for statically analyzing source code in order to locate programming errors and simplify the use of parallel programming models, remote tools for working on applications located on remote machines, a framework for running and monitoring applications on a broad range of target systems, a parallel debugger, and a framework for integrating dynamic analysis tools (such as performance analysis) with Eclipse.
PTP includes the Photran subproject, which builds on CDT to add Fortran support.
This release focusses on improved usability, particulary for synchronized projects, and for running and monitoring applications on remote systems. It also contains a significant cleanup of APIs and plugin structure in order to simplify the ISV development.