This section is dedicated to specialist software technologies we use here at Aberdeen University. The objective of this collection of pages is to provide useful information for the proper understanding, installation, and use of a variety of tools without wasting precious time that could be better dedicated to dealing with more useful and challenging tasks.
The content of these pages reflects the interests and the findings of our users (staff, students, industrial collaborators) involved in software-based research and development activities. You will find discussions focusing on other topics (e.g., entrepreneurship, software project management, oil and gas E&P) in other sections of this site.
- MinGW: how to install the GCC toolchain for Windows
- C++ & Fortran development in Windows using the GCC and Netbeans
- 32 vs 64 bit in Windows – has your executable/DLL been compiled for a 32 bit or for a 64 bit environment?
This page last updated by EC on 20/1/2016