We are happy to announce that Arm Compiler for Linux, our toolchain package for HPC application developers, is now available free of charge.
You no longer need license files to use our LLVM-based C/C++/Fortran compilers and optimized libraries with BLAS, FFT, LAPACK, Sparse Linear Algebra functionality. For questions or issues with the toolchain, you can still get help using the HPC community forum. Arm technical staff monitor this forum with an intent to respond to all queries in a timely manner. Existing customers with active licenses continue to receive direct support.
Arm C/C++ Compiler (armclang) provides the earliest, most complete, and most accurate support for the latest architectural features and extensions of the Arm architecture. Based on LLVM and clang, it supports the latest C++ language features.
Arm Fortran Compiler (armflang) supports modern Fortran (up to Fortran 2008) and OpenMP standards. It is built on top of LLVM and Classic Flang projects. Working with HPC application developers, Arm engineers have tuned this compiler for their flagship HPC codes and mini-apps.