Thanks for the question. The 32-bit Windows product is undergoing a major revision so was not part of the 6.1 release. It will be part of the 6.2 release currently expected in May 2006. Also, the 6.0-8 release is still available.
Prior to 6.2, the 32-bit Windows Workstation product presented a Linux-like environment (MINGW) and only-offered command level C, F77, and F90 compilers. Our C++ compiler and our debugger PGDBG we’re not available.
With the next generation 32-Windows Workstation and Server products, we will be able to offer native Windows support, PGDBG, object compatability with Visual C++, and eventually PGI C++. In all, it will be a significant step forward.
Could you please explain how are the products grouped?
The products are either Workstation, Server, or CDK. Pricing is grouped by product for a given platform, 32-bit Linux and Windows, 64-bit/32-bit Linux Only, 64-bit Windows Only, or 64-bit/32-bit Linux and 64-bit Windows. This may change slightly once the 6.2 32-bit Windows products are released.
Please see our Products and Pricing pages for more information.