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A native Windows port of the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC)1,580,511 weekly downloads
The Moving Finite Elements project hosts a collection of simulation codes for time-dependent PDE systems that implement various forms of Keith Miller's gradient-weighted moving finite element (GWMFE) method. The Calliope sub-project aims to provide new reference implementations in modern object-oriented Fortran. Click on the Calliope tab on the main project menu bar.8 weekly downloads
BlockIt provides a Python framework to scan and parse a program file into constituent nested blocks, however defined, forming a block tree of your code and can be used as a mechanism to "extend" in some sense, the underlying programming language.2 weekly downloads
This project aims to develop the compression SPH code can deal with the multi-phase surface motion problem. The code can simulate the wave surface tracking, wave breaking and wave interaction with structure.
The epler project's main intention is to provide a library with bindings to C++, and eventually C, Python and Fortran for manipulating, analyzing and visualizing large datasets. Building frontends on top of this isolated library is also planned.
a piece of medical software to analyze tissue density maps for anomalies