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Old   April 8, 2014, 18:06
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dear foamer
I wanna compile two lib but I see this error. do you have aye Idea:
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[MeNo-OF:2.2.1 Opt] sajad@sajad-K55VD:~/OpenFOAM/sajad-2.2.1/src$ ./Allwmake+ wmake libso incompressible
SOURCE=incompressibleTwoPhaseThermalMixture/twoPhaseThermalMixture.C ;  g++ -m64 -Dlinux64 -DWM_DP -Wall -Wextra -Wno-unused-parameter -Wold-style-cast -Wnon-virtual-dtor -O3  -DNoRepository -ftemplate-depth-100 -I/opt/openfoam221/src/finiteVolume/lnInclude -IlnInclude -I. -I/opt/openfoam221/src/OpenFOAM/lnInclude -I/opt/openfoam221/src/OSspecific/POSIX/lnInclude   -fPIC -c $SOURCE -o Make/linux64GccDPOpt/twoPhaseThermalMixture.o
In file included from incompressibleTwoPhaseThermalMixture/twoPhaseThermalMixture.C:33:0:
incompressibleTwoPhaseThermalMixture/twoPhaseThermalMixture.H:47:74: fatal error: incompressible/incompressibleTwoPhaseMixture/twoPhaseMixture.H: No such file or directory
compilation terminated.
make: *** [Make/linux64GccDPOpt/twoPhaseThermalMixture.o] Error 1
[MeNo-OF:2.2.1 Opt] sajad@sajad-K55VD:~/OpenFOAM/sajad-2.2.1/src$
this is my lib
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Old   April 8, 2014, 21:51
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Dear Sajad,

At first look, it seems like you're going to have a couple of problems.
To solve your current error, you need to provide the file it's looking for. However, it's actually just looking for the wrong file - change your line 47 in twoPhaseThermalMixture.H to include "twoPhaseMixture" and you should get past that error. The 'local' version will be taken instead of the version held in the OpenFOAM-x.x.x/src/transportProperties/twoPhaseMixture/ directory.

However, doing this then opens up a whole host of new errors. Of immediate concern is that your class is named "twoPhaseThermalMixture" and according to your twoPhaseThermalMixture.H file, inherits publicly from itself. I imagine you wanted your class to inherit from twoPhaseMixture?

Next, it seems like you're going to design subclasses due to your virtual functions. If you want to keep the ability to redefine your functions in derived classes, you'll need these virtual functions (eg virtual void correct() ) but if this is the lowest you're going to go, you can have concrete (normal) functions, I think.

In either case, you're likely to want a virtual destructor

I'm not sure what your twoPhaseMixture::correct is supposed to refer to - your twoPhaseMixture.{C,H} files have no mention of a correct data member (which is clearly not what you want anyway, but whatever...) or a correct() function (which I suspect is what you want). You're going to need to change this code to either find a correct function, or to include one in your class separately.

I'm not totally sure, but I think you're going to need to rethink your constructor and/or inheritance, because lots of your functions seem to require data members you don't have.

Once you've gotten all the files included (via the first steps above) you'll be able to see a lot more errors and work through them though, with wmake libso.

Let me know if you have any questions

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Old   April 9, 2014, 02:35
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Dear Sajad,

At first look, it seems like you're going to have a couple of problems.
To solve your current error, you need to provide the file it's looking for. However, it's actually just looking for the wrong file - change your line 47 in twoPhaseThermalMixture.H to include "twoPhaseMixture" and you should get past that error. The 'local' version will be taken instead of the version held in the OpenFOAM-x.x.x/src/transportProperties/twoPhaseMixture/ directory.

However, doing this then opens up a whole host of new errors. Of immediate concern is that your class is named "twoPhaseThermalMixture" and according to your twoPhaseThermalMixture.H file, inherits publicly from itself. I imagine you wanted your class to inherit from twoPhaseMixture?

Next, it seems like you're going to design subclasses due to your virtual functions. If you want to keep the ability to redefine your functions in derived classes, you'll need these virtual functions (eg virtual void correct() ) but if this is the lowest you're going to go, you can have concrete (normal) functions, I think.

In either case, you're likely to want a virtual destructor

I'm not sure what your twoPhaseMixture::correct is supposed to refer to - your twoPhaseMixture.{C,H} files have no mention of a correct data member (which is clearly not what you want anyway, but whatever...) or a correct() function (which I suspect is what you want). You're going to need to change this code to either find a correct function, or to include one in your class separately.

I'm not totally sure, but I think you're going to need to rethink your constructor and/or inheritance, because lots of your functions seem to require data members you don't have.

Once you've gotten all the files included (via the first steps above) you'll be able to see a lot more errors and work through them though, with wmake libso.

Let me know if you have any questions

Best,
Christian
dear Christian
thank you so much for reply.
I found this lib and solver from this link:
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http://www.cfd-online.com/Forums/openfoam-solving/69103-diverging-result-temperature-field-interfoam-2.html
Now: I wanna compile this solver and lib but I cant do that.
I see above error.
I attached solver here.
nub 1 is solver and num 2 is lib
I dont no how can I compile that.
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Old   April 9, 2014, 02:47
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Ok, so this is separate from the problems you initially had?

It looks as though (from the other thread) the first library you uploaded to the first post here was the first attempt in the other thread, and that the two uploads in your last post are the new library and new solver.

If this is so, what problems are you having? I read your posts to the other thread on the last page, but you referenced a post #53, which I think was the person providing the solver/library/help, Ovie, telling someone he would email help, so I don't know what problem you are having.

I will download the library and solver now and see if they work for me. I'm afraid I don't have an OF-2.2.1 installation anymore, but I can test it in both 2.2.2 and 2.3.0. I'll get back to you here shortly.
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It looks like what you have is a derived class, "twoPhaseThermalMixture", and what you also need is the parent class, which will be required to compile the library. I thought that this was the "twoPhaseMixture.C, H" files, but they provide only a very brief collection of functions. You need to get hold of wherever the rest of the class hierarchy is, and then also include that in your list of files to compile (probably with #includes in your .C files to relevant other headers, as well).

Good luck reading through the other thread, hopefully the clues are there?
Let me know if you find the relevant other files and are still having troubles,

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Ok, so this is separate from the problems you initially had?

It looks as though (from the other thread) the first library you uploaded to the first post here was the first attempt in the other thread, and that the two uploads in your last post are the new library and new solver.

If this is so, what problems are you having? I read your posts to the other thread on the last page, but you referenced a post #53, which I think was the person providing the solver/library/help, Ovie, telling someone he would email help, so I don't know what problem you are having.

I will download the library and solver now and see if they work for me. I'm afraid I don't have an OF-2.2.1 installation anymore, but I can test it in both 2.2.2 and 2.3.0. I'll get back to you here shortly.
dear Christian
I want compile and solver and lib
at frist I add make into the lib folder and I try compile that. I dont know its correct? after try for compile the lib I saw above error and I confused.
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