The repository contains two branches so far (maybe more in the future):
master branch: code that has been tested i.e. working version of the functions dev branch : code still under development and/or on testing step
I would encourage to work directly on <<dev>> branch, at least while we get this thing flying.
For committing by default to dev branch, do the following:
clone repo: git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:hydropytubingen/hgspy.git
git fetch && git checkout dev
Starting with HGS version 20160929, which is the one available in the HPC-Cluster by the time this repo was created (29.12.2016)
What is this repository for?
Use HydroGeoSphere by using Python, i.e.
- write heterogeneous K fields (
- place solute injection locations and durations
- turn wells on and off
- process output
- BTCs at a well
- drawdown curves
- Python 3.xx
- Numpy xxx
How do I get set up?
- Summary of set up
- Database configuration
- How to run tests
- Deployment instructions
- Writing tests
- Code review
- Other guidelines
Who do I talk to?
- Repo owner or admin
- Other community or team contact