Verified Commit 1ff238b3 authored by Lars Bilke's avatar Lars Bilke

[web] Removed pandoc leftovers.

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releases/
docs/tools/workflows/Example-of-a-DGM-to-model-workflow/index.pandoc
docs/userguide/process-dependent-configuration/Heat_Transport_BHE.pandoc
docs/benchmarks/python-bc/laplace-equation/python-laplace-eq.pandoc
docs/tools/workflows/Example-of-a-DGM-to-model-workflow/index.md
docs/userguide/process-dependent-configuration/Heat_Transport_BHE.md
docs/benchmarks/python-bc/laplace-equation/python-laplace-eq.md
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The BHE parameters are only relevant for the numerical model and are adopted
from the [3D Beier sandbox
benchmark]({{< ref "3D_Beier_sandbox.pandoc" >}}).
benchmark]({{< ref "3D_Beier_sandbox.md" >}}).
{{< img src="../3D_BHE_GW_advection_figures/mesh.png" width="150">}}
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## Problem description
For pumping from a well, Theis (1935) proposed an analytical solution to calculate the water level drawdown over time and distance from the well. A short summary of the solution can be seen in
web/content/docs/benchmarks/liquid-flow/liquid-flow-theis-problem.pandoc
web/content/docs/benchmarks/liquid-flow/liquid-flow-theis-problem.md
Here, we verify pumping abstraction with Theis for the `ComponentTransport` process using a 3D setup. The setup is adapted from Walther (2014), section 3.2.
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{{< data-link >}}
The problem definition is exactly the same as that of [Disc with hole]({{<ref "mechanics-linear-disc-with-hole.pandoc">}}). With the element deactivation approach, the problem is solved as 2D and 3D benchmarks, respectively.
The problem definition is exactly the same as that of [Disc with hole]({{<ref "mechanics-linear-disc-with-hole.md">}}). With the element deactivation approach, the problem is solved as 2D and 3D benchmarks, respectively.
The input data set of the element deactivation approach is specified inside the tag of `<process_variable> ... </process_variable>`. For example, the following input means to deactivate the elements with MaterialIDs of 0 within a time interval from 0 to 1:
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There are docker images provided on the [GitLab Container Registry](https://gitlab.opengeosys.org/ogs/ogs/container_registry) which include everything necessary to build OGS-6. They are used by the CI but you can also use them for development.
Even better for development is the usage of [Singularity container]({{< relref "singularity.pandoc" >}}) because they offer a transparent mapping of the user to container space.
Even better for development is the usage of [Singularity container]({{< relref "singularity.md" >}}) because they offer a transparent mapping of the user to container space.
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----
Or you can clone a fresh repo by following the steps in [Get the source code]({{< ref "get-the-source-code.pandoc" >}}).
Or you can clone a fresh repo by following the steps in [Get the source code]({{< ref "get-the-source-code.md" >}}).
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Try to use static libraries as much as possible. For OGS itself use `BUILD_SHARED_LIBS=OFF`, which already defaults to `OFF`.
Third-party libraries installed via the systems package package manager are often provided as shared libraries. You may want to use [Conan]({{< ref "conan-package-manager.pandoc" >}}) which provides lots of libraries (e.g. VTK) as static libs.
Third-party libraries installed via the systems package package manager are often provided as shared libraries. You may want to use [Conan]({{< ref "conan-package-manager.md" >}}) which provides lots of libraries (e.g. VTK) as static libs.
## Package the build
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## Container generator
You can download a prebuilt container from Docker Hub as shown above (e.g. `singularity pull docker://ogs6/gcc`). But we also provide a [container generator]({{< ref "container.pandoc" >}}) to create a specific container for your needs.
You can download a prebuilt container from Docker Hub as shown above (e.g. `singularity pull docker://ogs6/gcc`). But we also provide a [container generator]({{< ref "container.md" >}}) to create a specific container for your needs.
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### <i class="far fa-exclamation-triangle"></i> Attention
We strongly recommend to simply use [Conan]({{< ref "conan.pandoc" >}}) for handling required third-party libraries.
We strongly recommend to simply use [Conan]({{< ref "conan.md" >}}) for handling required third-party libraries.
</div>
## Introduction
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- [Shapelib](http://shapelib.maptools.org) >= 1.3.0
- [libgeotiff](https://trac.osgeo.org/geotiff/) >= 1.4.2
Please refer to the library documentation on how to build. If you struggle consider using [Conan]({{< ref "conan.pandoc" >}})! Once built CMake tries its best to find the libraries.
Please refer to the library documentation on how to build. If you struggle consider using [Conan]({{< ref "conan.md" >}})! Once built CMake tries its best to find the libraries.
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source scripts/env/eve/cli.sh
```
Then do the [build configuration]({{< ref "build-configuration.pandoc" >}}) and [build]({{< ref "/docs/devguide/getting-started/build.pandoc" >}}) the project.
Then do the [build configuration]({{< ref "build-configuration.md" >}}) and [build]({{< ref "/docs/devguide/getting-started/build.md" >}}) the project.
## Optional steps
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## Setup
- Install WSL by following [this guide](https://www.windowscentral.com/install-windows-subsystem-linux-windows-10). **Important:** Choose **Ubuntu 20.04 LTS** as the Linux distribution. Other distros may not have a sufficient compiler.
- Follow the [developer guide for Linux]({{< ref "prerequisites.pandoc" >}}) from now on.
- Follow the [developer guide for Linux]({{< ref "prerequisites.md" >}}) from now on.
## Using Visual Studio Code as IDE
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So for every proposed change to the source code the following is done automatically:
- Compilation of the changed code merged with the official source code is tested on a variety of platforms (Windows, Linux, Mac OS, different compilers)
- A comprehensive [test suite]({{< ref "unit-testing.pandoc" >}}) checks validity of the proposed changes
- A comprehensive [test suite]({{< ref "unit-testing.md" >}}) checks validity of the proposed changes
- Additional checks regarding code formatting and documentation help in maintaining a good software quality and structure
After the system is done with all these tasks the developer can view build reports highlighting occurred errors and problems. We are using [GitLab CI]({{< ref "gitlab-ci.pandoc" >}}) as our CI system.
After the system is done with all these tasks the developer can view build reports highlighting occurred errors and problems. We are using [GitLab CI]({{< ref "gitlab-ci.md" >}}) as our CI system.
## CI on OGS
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Click on the pipeline link or the individual pipeline stage icons (circles) to find out the reason for a failed check. If you add more commits to this merge request all checks are run again.
See the [GitLab CI page]({{< ref "gitlab-ci.pandoc" >}}) for more info.
See the [GitLab CI page]({{< ref "gitlab-ci.md" >}}) for more info.
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### Note: Installation of required libraries
It is preferred to use the Conan package manager to install required third-party libraries. If [Conan is installed]({{< ref "prerequisites" >}}#step-install-conan-package-manager) it will automatically download either prebuilt binaries of required libraries or build them locally if a binary for your setup (operating system, compiler, ..) is not available. [Check this]({{< ref "conan-package-manager.pandoc" >}}) for advanced Conan usage.
It is preferred to use the Conan package manager to install required third-party libraries. If [Conan is installed]({{< ref "prerequisites" >}}#step-install-conan-package-manager) it will automatically download either prebuilt binaries of required libraries or build them locally if a binary for your setup (operating system, compiler, ..) is not available. [Check this]({{< ref "conan-package-manager.md" >}}) for advanced Conan usage.
Instead of using Conan you can optionally [install the required libraries manually]({{< ref "third-party-libraries.pandoc" >}}) **before** running CMake.
Instead of using Conan you can optionally [install the required libraries manually]({{< ref "third-party-libraries.md" >}}) **before** running CMake.
<div class='win'>
<div class='note'>
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cmake ../ogs
```
This even allows for using [Ninja]({{< ref "build-with-ninja.pandoc" >}}) as the build tool which can effectively utilize all CPU cores
This even allows for using [Ninja]({{< ref "build-with-ninja.md" >}}) as the build tool which can effectively utilize all CPU cores
### <i class="far fa-check"></i> Pro Tip 2: Use a better terminal application
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- Git (version control tool, at least version {{< dataFile "versions.minimum_version.git" >}})
- CMake (build configuration tool, at least version {{< dataFile "versions.minimum_version.cmake" >}})
- A compiler with [C++17](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C%2B%2B17)-support
- [Conan package manager](https://www.conan.io/) (at least version {{< dataFile "versions.minimum_version.conan" >}}) **OR** install [required libraries]({{< ref "third-party-libraries.pandoc" >}}) manually (for advanced users only!)
- [Conan package manager](https://www.conan.io/) (at least version {{< dataFile "versions.minimum_version.conan" >}}) **OR** install [required libraries]({{< ref "third-party-libraries.md" >}}) manually (for advanced users only!)
## Step: Install a compiler
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### Alternative setup
Please note that the following setup on Windows is the **native Windows development setup**. This native setup is **quite involved** and **heavy on system resources**. We can recommend an alternative setup in which the [Windows Subsystem for Linux](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_Subsystem_for_Linux) is used: Setup and development of OGS follows the Linux way but you can use your Windows IDE (especially Visual Studio Code) for development and debugging. If this sounds interesting please [follow the steps here]({{< ref "wsl.pandoc" >}})!
Please note that the following setup on Windows is the **native Windows development setup**. This native setup is **quite involved** and **heavy on system resources**. We can recommend an alternative setup in which the [Windows Subsystem for Linux](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_Subsystem_for_Linux) is used: Setup and development of OGS follows the Linux way but you can use your Windows IDE (especially Visual Studio Code) for development and debugging. If this sounds interesting please [follow the steps here]({{< ref "wsl.md" >}})!
</div>
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## Step: Install Conan package manager
The [Conan package manager](https://www.conan.io) helps to install all required libraries in a convenient way on every platform. If you prefer you can also [install libraries manually]({{< ref "third-party-libraries.pandoc" >}}) instead.
The [Conan package manager](https://www.conan.io) helps to install all required libraries in a convenient way on every platform. If you prefer you can also [install libraries manually]({{< ref "third-party-libraries.md" >}}) instead.
Install Conan (>= {{< dataFile "versions.minimum_version.conan" >}}) with Python's pip:
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## Visual Studio out-of-heap or stackoverflow errors
<div class='note'>
**Note:** To prevent this you can also use the [WSL setup]({{< ref "wsl.pandoc" >}}).
**Note:** To prevent this you can also use the [WSL setup]({{< ref "wsl.md" >}}).
</div>
The compilation especially of the processes in Release-config can be very memory hungry. Using dynamic Eigen shape matrices can reduce memory usage:
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- `CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE`
- `BUILD_SHARED_LIBS`
Check also [Conans troubleshooting page]({{< ref "conan.pandoc" >}}) if you use Conan for dependencies.
Check also [Conans troubleshooting page]({{< ref "conan.md" >}}) if you use Conan for dependencies.
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You can select only one version at a time. Run `module purge` to unload all previously loaded modules.
See [Quickstart]({{< ref "introduction.pandoc" >}}) for running instructions.
See [Quickstart]({{< ref "introduction.md" >}}) for running instructions.
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This website uses a number of external projects:
- [Hugo](https://gohugo.io/) static website generator together with [Pandoc](https://pandoc.org).
- [Hugo](https://gohugo.io/) static website generator.
- [jQuery](https://jquery.org/) JavaScript library, distributed under the [jQuery License](https://jquery.org/license/).
- [TailwindCSS](https://tailwindcss.com) framework, distributed under the [MIT License](https://github.com/tailwindcss/tailwindcss/blob/master/LICENSE).
- [Font Awesome](https://fontawesome.com), distributed under [this license](https://github.com/FortAwesome/Font-Awesome/blob/master/LICENSE.txt).
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