ESPResSo++ is an extensible, flexible, fast and parallel simulation software for soft matter research. It is a highly versatile software package for the scientific simulation and analysis of coarse-grained atomistic or bead-spring models as they are used in soft matter research. ESPResSo and ESPResSo++ have common roots and share parts of the developer/user community. However their development is independent and they are different software packages. ESPResSo++ is free, open-source software published under the GNU General Public License (GPL).
To get a copy of the developer version (most recent version) of ESPResSo++, you can use git or docker. Using docker will give you a binary release (nothing to compile, but performance may not be optimal). If you use git clone or download a tarball, you will have to compile ESPResSo+ yourself, which might lead to better performance.
# docker pull espressopp/espressopp # docker run -it espressopp/espressopp /bin/bash
# git clone https://github.com/espressopp/espressopp.git
Alternatively, you can download a tarball or zip file of previous release versions of ESPResSo++.
# cd espressopp # cmake -DEXTERNAL_BOOST=OFF -DEXTERNAL_MPI4PY=OFF . # make -j2 # source ESPRC
After building go to the
examples directory and have a look at the python scripts.
Documentation for the developer version of ESPResSo++ is at:
Documentation for release versions from v18.104.22.168 onward is at:
where XXX is the version number, e.g.:
Report bugs on the github issues site