Getting the code
If you wish to just use Nektar++ for running simulations, we recommend downloading a pre-compiled binary distribution package for your distribution from the Downloads page.
If you plan to develop new code or extend the existing functionality, or would just prefer to compile it yourself, there are three ways to get the code:
- Download a source code package,
You should then unpack the tarball:
tar -xvf [filename]
replacing [filename] with the name of the downloaded file.
- Clone our git repository anonymously (read-only) or using authenticated access (read-write).
Compiling the code
The general process to compile on Linux-based operating systems is
cd nektar++-x.x.x mkdir build && cd build ccmake ../ make make install
where x.x.x corresponds to the version of the code. The version is omitted for cloned copies of the code.
For details on the compilation process, and for instructions for other operating systems, please consult the User Guide.
Testing the code
After compilation is complete, the suite of tests can be run using