Commit aed43873 authored by Chris Cantwell's avatar Chris Cantwell
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Merge branch 'fix/cpc-review' into 'master'

Fix/cpc review

This MR adds modifications to the code as requested by the CPC paper review.

See merge request !422
parents 36a1542f 2cec2a52
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Nektar++
========
Nektar++ is an open-source software framework designed to support the
development of high-performance scalable solvers for partial differential
equations (PDEs) using the spectral/hp element method.
This package consists of a set of libraries (the framework) and a number of
pre-written PDE solvers for a selection of application domains.
The software and User Guide is available for download from
<http://www.nektar.info/>.
User Guide
----------
Detailed information on compiling, installing and using the software is
available in the User Guide. This document is available as a pre-compiled PDF
from the downloads section of the project website.
Pre-requisites
--------------
Nektar++ requires the following software to be installed on the users system:
- CMake
- BLAS/LAPACK
Additional software is also required. This can either be installed system-wide
or it can be downloaded and compiled automatically during the build process.
For more detailed information, please see the User Guide.
Compilation
-----------
On most UNIX-based systems a default compilation can be performed using the
following commands from the top-level of the source tree:
mkdir build
cd build
cmake ..
make
To alter the build configuration (for example, to enable parallel execution
support) we recommend using the `ccmake` command instead of `cmake`.
For more detailed operating-system specific instructions, please see the
User Guide.
Installation
------------
The default installation location is in a `dist` subdirectory of the `build`
directory. This can be changed by setting the `CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX` option
using `ccmake`. To install the compiled libraries, solvers and header files, on
UNIX-based systems run:
make install
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