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* Version control of SIMC has moved from CVS to git. github.com is used to store the code.
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* Version control of SIMC has moved from CVS to git. github.com is used to store the code. (Useful [https://hallcweb.jlab.org/wiki/index.php/Analyzer/Git#Git_References git instructions/howto]).
 
** To checkout from github:
 
** To checkout from github:
*** Need to create an account on [https://github.com github.com] and following the directions for storing your public ssh key on the site.
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*** Create an account on [https://github.com github.com] and following the directions for storing your public ssh key on the site.
 
*** Once you have signed into github then go to the [https://github.com/JeffersonLab/simc_gfortran https://github.com/JeffersonLab/simc_gfortran]. Select "Watch" to be notified of changes to simc_gfortran repo and the click on the "Fork" button to create your own Github copy of the repo.
 
*** Once you have signed into github then go to the [https://github.com/JeffersonLab/simc_gfortran https://github.com/JeffersonLab/simc_gfortran]. Select "Watch" to be notified of changes to simc_gfortran repo and the click on the "Fork" button to create your own Github copy of the repo.
 
*** Now on the computer that you want to run the code type:  git clone git@github.com:''Githib-Username''/simc_gfortran.git where ''Githib-Username'' is your github username.
 
*** Now on the computer that you want to run the code type:  git clone git@github.com:''Githib-Username''/simc_gfortran.git where ''Githib-Username'' is your github username.

Revision as of 16:56, 2 October 2013

SIMC

  • Version control of SIMC has moved from CVS to git. github.com is used to store the code. (Useful git instructions/howto).
    • To checkout from github:
      • Create an account on github.com and following the directions for storing your public ssh key on the site.
      • Once you have signed into github then go to the https://github.com/JeffersonLab/simc_gfortran. Select "Watch" to be notified of changes to simc_gfortran repo and the click on the "Fork" button to create your own Github copy of the repo.
      • Now on the computer that you want to run the code type: git clone git@github.com:Githib-Username/simc_gfortran.git where Githib-Username is your github username.
      • Now "origin" remote is to your personal Github repository. After cloning you will be in the "master" branch. Now you make local changes and commit them locally. You can update the github repository by command: git push origin master . If you want to have these changes put in the JeffersonLab then go to your github account Githib-Username/simc_gfortran and click on the "pull request" button. This will notify the person monitoring the JeffersonLab repository and your changes can be incorporated.
      • To have access to the changes in the JeffersonLab GutHub repository, in your newly created simc_gfortran directory
        • One time need to execute the command: git remote add upstream https://github.com/JeffersonLab/simc_gfortran
        • The command git fetch upstream will fetch any new changes from the original repository
        • The command git merge upstream/master will merge any changes fetched into your working files
    • The CTP library is now included as a SIMC subdirectory
    • The input files included with simc_gfortran have NOT been updated to work with the new code. Basically in the name of a variable the "." needs to be replaced by a "%" for gfortran. To convert your input files use the script ( in the infiles subdirectory) : convert_inputfile.sh oldfile
  • simc_grfortan Git repo on the web.
  • History of SIMC ( starting in June 2011).
  • Documentation
    • Primer on SIMC. Section 2 on "Getting SIMC" is not valid any longer.
    • Directory with SIMC documentation.
    • Paper by Bradley Filippone,Rolf Ent,Naomi Makins,Richard Milner on radiative corrections for (e,ep) reactions.
    • Talk given by John Arrington at a 2001 Hall A meeting.
  • Directory that archives previous versions of SIMC.
  • Single arm Monte Carlo for SHMS.
  • Page for the SHMS MC Working Group