What is the HPCVL Working Template (HWT) ?

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The HPCVL Working Template is a toolset designed to facilitate code development and testing, with a specific emphasis on parallel programming.
The HWT supports the Fortran, C, and C++ programming languages. Most of the packages is written in these and can be recompiled on any (Unix-based) platform. At present, a version generated on Solaris 9 using the native Sun compilers is installed on the HPCVL Sunfire cluster and accessible for its users. Versions for other platforms may be produced on request.
The HWT consists of a number of script files that can be invoked by the user, as well as a library that contains essential routines, a set of modules, and some auxiliary files. It is only available in pre-compiled form, i.e. no source-code is supplied.