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Old   May 24, 2020, 16:32
Default Use already compiled/installed Paraview with different OF versions
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Dear All,


I would like to understand if I need to install Paraview for each OF version or if I can always use the same OV installation.
Let's make an example to clarify the point:
- I installed OF 7 together with PV 5.6
- Now I want to install OF v1912


Can I use the same PV or should I compile it again? If I can use the same PV, how can I source it when I install OF v1912?


Thank you in advance for your answer.
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Luca
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