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lui ehtesham

SCHRED Compilation

I would appreciate if somebody gives me instruction for SCHRED compilation in windows. I also have an ORACLE Virtualbox and I could compile it there, if I knew how. Thanks in advance. Lui

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    Gokula Kannan

    Hi Lui, I was involved with the development of Schred V2.0, and that source code was completely developed on the compaq compiler on windows platform, and I have run the V1.0 also on windows, on many compilers including compaq,intel and gfortran. So you should not have any problem running it on windows on any compiler. If you do, its most likely a common variable/compiler issue which should not be too hard to find/fix. That said, if you do not have access to the commercial fortran compilers like compaq or intel, you can get free open source ones online. I like MinGWhttp://www.mingw.org/, its very easy to install, you have to download the .exe package, and during installation select the compilers you want, namely C,C++,fortran. Once the installation is done, you can open the MinGW Shell, and start compiling, and running the code. Of course as its windows, once you compile the code it should give and “a.exe” file that you can run from the same shell. And the inputs to the source codes should be in a input.data file, which you can edit for giving in different parameters for the code.

    Gokul

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    Dragica Vasileska

    please consult gokulaka@asu.edu (Gokula Kannan).

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