This document is to be used to collect a wish list of features before development starts
This code has two major dependencies:
Instructions on how to obtain and install both can be found here
Once these are installed, you can configurable and build this project using cmake. To do so, the user should manually tell CMake where to find Cabana, and Cabana should bring Kokkos in for us. If that does not happen, the user should specify the path to Kokkos on the CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH.
An example build line will look something like this:
cmake -DCMAKE_PREFIX_PATH="$HOME/tmp/Cabana/build/install" ..
The default filed solver is "EM"; to use the "ES" solver, add
For GPU builds, you additionally need to point the CXX compiler to the Kokkos Cuda wrapper, you can do this by doing something like:
cmake -DCMAKE_PREFIX_PATH="$HOME/tmp/Cabana/build/install" -DCMAKE_CXX_COMPILER=$KOKKOS_SRC_DIR/bin/nvcc_wrapper -DENABLE_GPU=ON ..
Remember: Kokkos and Cabana need to be build with GPU support
Users can compile in custom input decks by specifying
INPUT_DECK at build
CXX=g++-9 cmake -DCMAKE_PREFIX_PATH="$HOME/tmp/Cabana/build/install" -DINPUT_DECK=./decks/2stream-short.cxx ..
Some example decks live in
./decks. Custom decks must follow the layout put
- Configurable to run in different precisions (real_t to configure float/double)
- The particle data store layout should be Configurable (AoS/SoA/AoSoA)
- The particle shape function used should be configurable
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