Libpfasst is a lightweight implementation of the Parallel Full Approximation Scheme in Space and Time (PFASST) algorithm. It is written in Fortran (mostly F90, with some F03), but can be interfaced with C and C++ fairly easily.
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We are currently writing better documentation, examples, and a tutorial, at https://pfasst.bitbucket.io/index.html
There is new FORD source file documentation at https://pfasst.bitbucket.io/FORD/doc/index.html