By rchrd on Feb 02, 2011
Here's where to find information and discussions for the latest Oracle Solaris Studio compilers and tools at it's new home on the Oracle Technical Network (OTN):
- Solaris Studio website on OTN
- Discussion Forums
- Documentation for the current release (12.2)
- Technical Articles and Whitepapers
There are also pages focused on primary topics regarding Solaris Studio compilers and tools:
Oracle Solaris Studio C, C++, and Fortran compilers include advanced features for building applications on Oracle Solaris SPARC and x86/x64 platforms.
Successful program debugging is more an art than a science.
dbxis an interactive, source-level, post-mortem and real-time command-line debugging tool plus much more.
Performance analysis is the first step toward program optimization. Oracle Solaris Studio Performance Analyzer can help you assess the performance of your code, identify potential performance problems, and locate the part of the code where the problems occur.
Oracle Solaris Studio C, C++, and Fortran compilers offer a rich set of compile-time options for specifying target hardware and advanced optimization techniques.
High Performance and Technical Computing (HPTC) applies numerical computation techniques to highly complex scientific and engineering problems. Oracle Solaris Studio compilers and tools provide a seamless, integrated environment from desktop to TeraFLOPS for both floating-point and data-intensive computing.Computing
The floating-point environment on Oracle Sun SPARC and x86/x64 platforms enables you to develop robust, high-performance, portable numerical applications. The floating-point environment can also help investigate unusual behavior of numerical programs written by others. The Sun Performance Library provides highly optimized versions of many advanced math function routines.
Still under development, there's more to do. Open for suggestions.