OpenEye Platform Support
OpenEye software is highly portable across a diverse set of hardware and software platforms, reflecting the diversity currently evident in the software industry. As a result, the details may be of great consequence to specific platforms.
Definition of "platform"
Platforms are defined as an operating system and processor type. OpenEye will support the current OS version and widely-used legacy versions.
Application vs. toolkit platforms: Compiler support
For products which are C++ toolkits, the compiler is an important aspect of the platform. Typically the compiler used by the customer must correspond precisely with the compiler used to build the toolkit. As with application platform support, the goals remain the same: to effectively support software users in a dependable way, balancing commercial and technical issues. But there are many details.
Similarly, toolkits wrapped for use with Python, Java, or other languages will require specificity in the installed development environment.
Due to the use of C++, and the lack or instability of a standardized C++ ABIs on many operating systems, versions of the toolkits are provided for different compilers, and even different compiler versions. Typically, toolkits are available for the system's native C++ compiler, and also for a more current GNU g++ version.
- Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 (msvc 12) (C++ and C#).
- Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 (msvc 14) (C++ and C#).
- Windows 7
- Windows 8.1
- Windows 10
Red Hat Enterprise Linux
- 6 (x64)
- 7 (x64)
Apple Mac OS X
- macOS El Capitan 10.11
- macOS Sierra 10.12
- macOS High Sierra 10.13
- 14.04 (x64)
- 16.04 (x64)