We have rebuilt the whole code structure of the old Reptate, which was developed in Delphi 7 back in 2006, into a more modern and more portable form. It has been coded in python, which guarantees full compatibility in different OSs (Windows, Mac and Linux), using numpy and scipy for the numerics, matplotlib for the plots and pyqt for the graphical user interface (GUI). In addition, there is a command line interface (CL) that allows to run calculations as batch processes. This will be useful when complicated theories that need long CPU times are implemented. 

The code is in beta state at the moment. As of April 2018, the main Reptate window looks like this:

The code has been developed by Victor Boudara (University of Leeds) and Jorge Ramírez (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid).

Installation instructions can be found here.

Older versions of the RepTate packages can be downloaded from here.

For more info and updates, you can visit the code repository at GitHub, and the documentation and tutorials on ReadTheDocs. If you have requests or suggestions, please, drop me an email. If you want to report a bug, do it through the RepTate issues page at GitHub. Linux users are expected to install and use RepTate from the source code distribution.