Fortran and C++ on linux and osc.
Because codes don't always get changed to reflect compiler updates
(and other weird stuff), more than one version of a compiler is
maintained. The command to find your way around is
module. Some examples are:
module -- help page: lists all commands, with the
exception of the most useful one:
module load [modulefile]
module avail -- list all available modules
module load intel -- e.g., loads default intel
compiler and adds relevant paths to your PATH/MANPATH.
So which icc confirms you have desired one; command
ifc or icc runs desired compiler.
module unload [modulefile] -- unload the module file.
This is essential if you want, for example, to switch versions of a
compiler. It is generally good practice.
module load mozilla -- improve mozilla performance, e.g.,
Java compiler. The GNU java
complier gjc has been installed along with the needed libraries: libgjc
on Iona and Bali. "We" believe this may give better performance than
Utilities (wilkins) installed: giftrans (for changing colors in
gifs), grep (gnu version), manprint (for printing most manual pages),
mpeg_play, weblint (for checking webpages)
whirgif (stitching gif together in a movie). Next lines tell how to
link to script commands.
Linking to wilkins'
scripts and installed utilities and their manual pages.
Prints MS documents with line command: on default
office -p file.[suffix], where suffix = .doc, .xls.
office -pt printer file.[suffix], where printer is in
"lpstat -p" form, e.g., prb2196/duplex or prb2196/lh.