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New:  An updated version of CUTEr is now available featuring simplified tools and a new Matlab interface with dynamic allocation. This version of CUTEr supersedes the current version. Users are advised to head to the development website and migrate to the new tools.

Users who still want to use the classic CUTEr can download it below. However, please be aware that this version is no longer supported.

CUTEr is available for the following popular platforms:
Compaq (DEC) Alpha, Cray, HP, IBM RS/6000, Apple and Intel-like PCs, SGI and SUN.
It is designed to be easily adapted to other platforms.

Support is provided for the following operating systems:
Apple OSX, Digital UNIX, Tru-64 UNIX, Linux, HP-UX, AIX, IRIX and Solaris.

Double and single precision is available, in predefined small, medium or large size. Size may also be customized to best suit your architecture and needs.

CUTEr comes as a gzipped tarfile and is adapted to heterogeneous networks as well as to personal, single-user, computers. Complete documentation is included in the form of a pdf document, ascii readme files and man pages.

CUTEr is distributed under the following license and is as free as can be. You are supposed to have read and agreed with the license terms before downloading the software.
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Requirements : CUTEr vitally relies on the SIF decoder SifDec to properly decode SIF files and generate the necessary Fortan 77 subroutines, to be used by other packages. CUTEr no longer relies on external programs to install. All that is needed are a C preprocessor and basic Unix tools, such as sed and awk.

Note : If you do not have a cpp installed, but do have a C compiler, the following file may act as a replacement. Edit it as you see fit.
The most recent version of CUTEr is v2.0 revision 0.
Please note however that individual CUTE and CUTEr files are different; one cannot be substituted for the other!

Although the CUTE testing environment is still available for download, we wish to stress the fact that it will be no longer maintained and that for the most recent features and updates, we encourage users to switch to CUTEr.

Last Update: October 7, 2012