Source Code Museum
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NEW : Fortran
archaeology, who is interested ?
# : mixed language : Fortran
OTHER (C, C++...)
Codes are distributed as grabbed here and there in archives.
Some old codes (with graphic output) will
certainly not work without huge elbow grease.
Names are given, followed by the last
modification year of the version,
with a link to a zipped file containing
the code and sometimes more.
How many commercial codes reused pieces
of the oldest above codes ?
Nobody knows, since commercial codes are
Anyway, if these legacy codes "inspire"
you, think to let your code open.
The museum appeared timely,
due to the millenary change.
See the discussion at the SDPD Mailing
List (mail 182 and
Other resources for crystallography
Commission on Crystallography Computing
Resources and Recommendations for Developers
Starting links to Protein Crystallography Software/Macromolecular Crystallographic
and Dirty Program Collection
Nardelli Web Page
Few is made for favoring development
of crystallography software
for academic research. This museum is
a small step in that way.
Look at the European
Software Institute ideas about reusing software.
Nostalgic about punched
cards ? See the Punch
Want to see again your first computer
? Visit museum about history
The museum search
any beautiful piece
of crystallography code.
New entries : Sir92, Sirpow92,
Shelxs86, Camel77, ortep2000, xtal2000, diffax2001...
Contact : firstname.lastname@example.org
- Last update : May 7, 2001