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November 2023 - Status Report for the blueCFD-Core project

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Old   November 29, 2023, 13:20
Default November 2023 - Status Report for the blueCFD-Core project
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Greetings to all!

We have news on the current status of the blueCFD-Core project:

In a nutshell:
  1. We report there on the status of the project and how the funding we have received since 2022, has been invested. Quoting from there:
    As you can see here: commit history page for blueCFD-Core-dev branch, we have implemented a continuous integration bot named blueCFD-bot which automatically synchronizes our development branch with the OpenFOAM Foundationís development line: OpenFOAM-dev commit history page
  2. The ongoing development has the objective to reduce the effort needed to make the release of each version of blueCFD-Core, which syncs up with each major release from the OpenFOAM Foundation. More details on how this is planned is given on that news post.
Do comment on the benefits this project has brought to you and reasons you see in it to continue moving forward!

For those who are not familiar with the blueCFD-Core project, it unleashes OpenFOAM at Windows, by bringing native builds on Windows of the releases and developments made by OpenFOAM Foundation, without the need to rely on any virtualization software nor Linux-based subsystem (e.g. WSL and Cygwin). It also enables you to build OpenFOAM-based custom code directly on Windows, without the need to cross-compile on Linux.

Best regards,
Bruno Santos

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