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This section provide guidelines for installing DataTransferKit and its TPLs.
Install third-party libraries¶
The following third party libraries (TPLs) are used by DTK:
DTK is built as an external package of Trilinos. Thus, DTK needs the source of the Trilinos library rather than an installed version.
The dependencies of DataTransferKit may be built using Spack package manager. You need to install the following packages:
$ spack install openblas $ spack install boost $ spack install mpi
Once installed, the module files for the packages must be loaded into the environment by doing
$ spack load openblas $ spack load boost $ spack load openmpi
The DTKData repository contains mesh files used in DTK examples. To build the examples and include the mesh files include the git submodule with your cloned repository:
$ git submodule init $ git submodule update
Another way to achieve this is to pass the
--recursive option to the
clone command which will automatically initialize and update DTKData in the
DTK is configured and built using TriBITS. DTK builds within Trilinos effectively as an extension package. First, link DTK into the Trilinos main directory:
$ cd $TRILINOS_DIR $ ln -s $DTK_DIR
do-configure script such as:
EXTRA_ARGS=$@ cmake \ -D CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release \ -D TPL_ENABLE_MPI=ON \ -D TPL_ENABLE_BLAS=ON \ -D TPL_ENABLE_LAPACK=ON \ -D TPL_ENABLE_Boost=ON \ -D Trilinos_ENABLE_EXPLICIT_INSTANTIATION=ON \ -D Tpetra_INST_INT_UNSIGNED_LONG=ON \ -D Tpetra_INST_INT_LONG_LONG=OFF \ -D Trilinos_ENABLE_ALL_OPTIONAL_PACKAGES=OFF \ -D Trilinos_EXTRA_REPOSITORIES="DataTransferKit" \ -D Trilinos_ENABLE_DataTransferKit=ON \ -D DataTransferKit_ENABLE_DBC=ON \ -D DataTransferKit_ENABLE_TESTS=ON \ -D DataTransferKit_ENABLE_EXAMPLES=ON \ $EXTRA_ARGS \ $TRILINOS_DIR
and run it from your build directory:
$ mkdir build && cd build $ ../do-configure
More install scripts can be found in
do-configure script may get outdated. You can always refer to
scripts/docker_cmake which is used in the Jenkins CI builds and
therefore is required to be always up-to-date.
Build this documentation¶
Building documentation requires sphinx.
-D DataTransferKit_ENABLE_ReadTheDocs=ON and run:
$ make docs
index.html in the directory
Generate Doxygen documentation¶
-D DataTransferKit_ENABLE_Doxygen=ON and run:
$ make doxygen