Michel Petitjean / softwares / freewares

Author's professional address:
INSERM ERL U1133 (BFA, CNRS UMR 8251), Université Paris 7
35 rue Hélène Brion, 75205 Paris Cedex 13, France.
michel.petitjean@univ-paris-diderot.fr, or petitjean.chiral@gmail.com

Formerly (2010-2018): MTi, INSERM UMR-S 973, Université Paris 7.
Formerly (2007-2009): CEA/DSV/iBiTec-S/SB2SM (CNRS URA 2096), Saclay, France
Formerly (1987-2006): ITODYS, CNRS UMR 7086, Université Paris 7.

DISCLAIMER: all data, source codes and binary codes are provided as is, without any warranty.
All the freewares are recompiled from time to time due to minor corrections or to new functionalities, buffers sizes increases, etc.
Increased versions numbers in the filenames of the binaries indicate further changes (see the associated documentations).
Please check from time to time that you donwloaded the most recent version (the version number is part of the binary filename).
The binaries are provided directly in executable form: neither decoding nor installation procedure is required.
Eventually, mark the binary as executable with the chmod command if not already done after download.
Binaries are actually supplied for the following platforms: Intel linux 32 bits, Intel linux 64 bits, Mac OS X.
Some people unfamiliar with calling binaries from unix scripts may look at the following example:
# script: begin
cat << eof | some_executable_binary
data line as read from keyboard
data line as read from keyboard
data line as read from keyboard
# script: end
Then the result of the execution of the script can be directed to an output file.
All binaries below can be called by an appropriate unix script.
Personal remark for developpers and users: I recommend to work on linux systems and I do not recommend to work on Windows systems.
Desperate users insisting to work on Windows PC should install Cygwin so that the sources can be recompiled.
Most recent update of this page: 26 February 2019.