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Kaushik Sinha April 6, 2006 02:01

user subroutine compilation in v3.22
 
Hi,

How can I create an a star 'executable' for a given case after compiling and linking user-subroutines in v3.22? This was done in v3.15 using starlink -e option, but I don't know the equivalent in v3.22.

Richard April 6, 2006 03:37

Re: user subroutine compilation in v3.22
 
You don't need to create a star executable, just run star. If there are user subroutines it will compile them automatically at the start of the run.

Kaushik Sinha April 6, 2006 03:39

Re: user subroutine compilation in v3.22
 
Hi,

Creating a star executable is preffrered in this specific analysis process chain. Is there a way I can use 'star' to create an executable ?

Ben April 6, 2006 03:42

Re: user subroutine compilation in v3.22
 
why do you need to create an executable when you can just run the command star?

Kaushik Sinha April 6, 2006 04:04

Re: user subroutine compilation in v3.22
 
Hi,

Star is being called as a flow solver from a program and it monitors for compilation errors due to user-subroutines. Then the executable created is called at a later stage.

Richard April 6, 2006 08:03

Re: user subroutine compilation in v3.22
 
If you really need to compile the subroutines separately from running the solver, you can do 'star -ufile' or 'star -dp -ufile'.

chandra shekar May 17, 2006 04:20

if anybody having information on user subroutines
 
if anybody having information using user subroutines in CFD-ACE+ CODE.please help me.



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