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Old   July 3, 2000, 09:21
Default Compiled udf on NT
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I am trying to use compiled udf with Fluent5 on NT. I have found the file Makefile.udf but the file makefile.udf is not present under /src/ or on the CD. Ref p.24-15 of the Manual volume 4. Where can I find makefile.udf (m with smaller case)? Kind regards jy
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Old   July 3, 2000, 09:25
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Old   July 3, 2000, 09:32
Default Re: Compiled udf on NT
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Is the file you are looking for not called "makefile_nt.udf"? This is renamed "makefile" after it has been transferred across to the appropriate directory. See the "Windows NT frequently asked questions" page for Fluent 5 on the website. There is a section on using UDFs under NT.

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