= Enzo SVN README =
== DESCRIPTION ==
== WEBSITES ==
Enzo User website
Enzo Developent website
Enzo Documentation (also in the doc directory)
== DEVELOPERS ==
* Greg Bryan email@example.com
* Michael Norman firstname.lastname@example.org
* James Bordner email@example.com
* Dave Collins firstname.lastname@example.org
* Robert Harkness email@example.com
* Alexei Kritsuk firstname.lastname@example.org
* Pascal Paschos email@example.com
* Dan Reynolds firstname.lastname@example.org
* Stephen Skory email@example.com
* Rick Wagner firstname.lastname@example.org
* Renyue Cen email@example.com
* Alex Razoumov firstname.lastname@example.org
== COMPILING ==
Note, this assumes that GNU make on your platform is called "make".
This is not necessarily true on operating systems that ship with
their on version of make (e.g., AIX). You may need to replace
the "make" commands with "gmake".
0. Run "./configure" from the top-level Enzo directory
1. Change directory to "src/enzo"
2. Look at the "Make.mach.*" files to find one for your target
3a. If an appropriate "Make.mach.<machine> file is found, then run
% make machine-<machine>
to select it.
3b Otherwise, if no appropriate "Make.mach.<machine>" file is
found, then create an empty one using
% cp Make.mach.unknown Make.mach.<machine>
and editing it. Note that the <machine> part of the machine
file by convention is of the form <site>-<platform>. For
example, "Make.mach.sdsc-datastar" for the platform DataStar at
Edit your newly-created Make.mach.<machine> file by filling in
the variable settings to those for the new target machine.
4. To compile Enzo, from the amr_mpi/src directory, type