DynamO:- A general event-driven particle simulator. Please see the website below for more information.
Please see tutorial 1 on the DynamO website for a full description on how to build DynamO. A quick summary is:
And the executables will be installed into the bin directory. If you want to install the executables to /usr/bin, run
Please pay attention to the output of the make commands, as this scans for required dependencies and will warn you if it is unable to build DynamO! You may need to log in as root for the "make install" command to work.
All of the source code is inside the src/ directory. For more information on the source code please see the src/README file. Also take a look at the doxygen documentation (next section of this README).
Some resources are in the docs/ directory; however, the bulk of the documentation will be available on the website.
If you want the latest, up-to-date code doxygen documentation, just run
in the same directory as this README. This will generate HTML docmentation in the docs/html directory.
There is a test script in test/test_dynarun.sh which will run through some sample simulations and halt if the results are wrong or if the simulation fails.
You can also run some unit tests on the math libraries and OpenCL code by running
Please check the website and documentation if you're having any trouble. If these don't answer your questions, just email email@example.com. If you want to get involved, email support to let us know about it and submit patches using github.
Everything in DynamO is licensed GPL3 unless otherwise marked. Please see LICENSE.txt for details of this license.