Commit 3b15b820 authored by Chris Cantwell's avatar Chris Cantwell
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Updated changelog, contributing and readme docs.

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- Add linearise processing module to remove all curvature from high order
elements (!509)
- Added git submodule for including Nektar++ tutorials in the source tree (!507)
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- Generally, code should be well-commented using regular C++ comments to explain
its function to help in reviewing it.
Nektar++ also has a growing number of tutorials to help introduce users and
developers to the use of the library and the range of application solvers. These
are stored in a separate repository, but are available from the main repository
through a git submodule. To populate the docs/tutorial directory run `git
submodule init` followed by `git submodule update`.
## Code review and merging
All merge requests will be reviewed by one of the senior developers. We try to
stick to the following process:
......@@ -10,6 +10,7 @@ pre-written PDE solvers for a selection of application domains.
The software and User Guide is available for download from
User Guide
Detailed information on compiling, installing and using the software is
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from the downloads section of the project website.
A number of tutorials are available, designed to walk the user through the
basics of spectral/hp element methods, through the use of individual solvers and
performing specific types of calculations.
The tutorials are available from <>.
Nektar++ requires the following software to be installed on the users system:
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