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ktools version Travis (.com) branch Build Status

ktools

This is the POSIX-compliant Oasis LMF In-Memory Kernel toolkit.

Release

Please click here to download the latest release.

The source code will change on a regular basis but only the releases are supported. Support enquiries should be sent to support@oasislmf.org.

There are build instructions for Windows 64-bit executables.

Note that the dynamic random number option in the Windows build uses a deterministic seed due to a bug in the mingw compiler. We recommend the random number file option (gulcalc -r) should be used in Windows.

This issue will be handled in future releases by implementing the rdrand random number generator in all environments.

Linux Installation

Pre-requisites

The g++ compiler build-essential, libtool, zlib1g-dev autoconf on debian distros or 'Development Tools' and zlib-devel on red hat needs to be installed in Linux.

Instructions

Copy ktools-[version].tar.gz onto your machine and untar.

$ tar -xvf ktools-[version].tar.gz

Go into the ktools folder and autogen using the following command;

$ cd ktools-[version]
$ ./autogen.sh

Configure using the following command;

$ ./configure

On OS X add an extra flag:

$ ./configure --enable-osx

Make using the following command;

$ make

Next run the automated test to check the build and numerical results;

$ make check

Finally, install the executables using the following command;

$ [sudo] make install

The installation is complete. The executables are located in /usr/local/bin.

If installing the latest code from the git repository, clone the ktools repository onto your machine.

Go into the ktools folder and autogen using the following command;

$ cd ktools
$ ./autogen.sh

Follow the rest of the process as described above.

Cmake build - Experimental

Install Cmake from either system packages or cmake.org.

# create the build directory within ktools directory
$ mkdir build && cd build
$ ktools_source_dir=~/ktools
# Generate files and specify destination (here is in ./local/bin)
$ cmake -G "Unix Makefiles" -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=~/.local $ktools_source_dir

# Build
$ make all test

# If all is OK, install to bin subdir of the specified install prefix
$ make install

Windows Installation

Pre-requisites

MSYS2 64-bit is required for the Windows native build. MSYS2 is a Unix/Linux like development environment for building and distributing windows applications. https://www.msys2.org/

Download and run the set-up program for MSYS2 64-bit.

Open a MSYS2 terminal and perform the updates before continuing.

The following add-in packages are required;

  • autoconf
  • automake
  • git
  • libtool
  • make
  • mingw-w64-x86_64-toolchain
  • python

These packages can be installed at the MSYS2 terminal command line.

$ pacman -S autoconf automake git libtool make mingw-w64-x86_64-toolchain python

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Instructions

Clone the github repository at the MSYS2 terminal command line

$ git clone https://github.com/OasisLMF/ktools.git

Go into the ktools folder and run autogen using the following command;

$ cd ktools
$ ./autogen.sh

Configure using the following command;

$ ./configure

Make using the following command;

$ make

Next run the automated test to check the build and numerical results;

$ make check

Finally, install the executables using the following command;

$ make install

The installation is complete. The executables are located in /usr/local/bin.

Usage

There is sample data and six example scripts which demonstrate how to invoke ktools in the /examples folder. These are written in python v2.

For example, to run the eltcalc_example script, go into the examples folder and run the following command (you must have python installed):

$ cd examples
$ python eltcalc_example.py 

To build linux docker image do following command

docker build --file Dockerfile.ktools.alpine -t alpine-ktools .

Questions/problems?

Email support@oasislmf.org

License

The code in this project is licensed under BSD 3-clause license.