Compiling AeroDyn driver

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Noel.Cont
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Compiling AeroDyn driver

Postby Noel.Cont » Fri Jan 08, 2016 4:19 am

Hey,

I compiled AeroDynv15 under Linux. I had to change the makefile:

- Because there is no Registry.exe for Linux included, you can delete or uncomment the lines after "# Making _Types.f90 files from .txt registry files.".
If you not familiar with this, you can give Registry the value "echo" ( "Registry = echo" ), So the types.f90-build-lines will just print out to the screen.
Notice: The "*_Types.f90" Files will not build automatically. If you want to change the types you have to compile them for its own. I used Windows for this!

- You can also delete all lines including "*_Types" in the "Cleanup:" part, so you don´t unintentionally delete some _Types.f90 files.

- You can also rename "Makefile_ADDriver" to "makefile". Then you have just to invoke "make" in the Command line.

- Additionally you have to add the Output folder <AeroDynDir>./bin because it will not add automatically.

Best regards,
Noel Cont

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Re: Compiling AeroDyn driver

Postby Michael.A.Sprague » Fri Jan 08, 2016 10:16 am

Hello Noel,

The source files are provided for the registry code, and you can make it locally on your Linux system.

Go into

${FASTDIR}/Source/dependencies/Registry

and execute a make, which should produce

${FASTDIR}/Source/dependencies/registry.exe

and the provided makefile should then work.

Cheers,
Mike

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Re: Compiling AeroDyn driver

Postby Noel.Cont » Tue Jan 12, 2016 1:21 am

Oh, wow.
That was easier than I thought ;)

Thank you!


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