Users are provided two approaches to using the central libraries. The first is built around a shell script ($THESEUS/theseus.sh) that the user copies to their area and modifies. The script compiles, links and runs the users code; embedded in the script (and modified by the user) are the input data cards that specify the list of files to process and the FFREAD data, as well as the source code itself. The script then removes intermediate files it generated. Several versions of the script can be run simultaneously without interference since the files are all tagged by a process id number.
The alternative approach is one using a Makefile ($THESEUS/Makefile) that the user copies into their own area and modifies. This reduces the amount of recompilation, but requires the user to handle more of the details of defining the RECO_GAF_LIST and RECO_FFR.
At this point users are encouraged to forego the use of the script approach and instead use the Makefile. This will be the better supported approach as the scripting requires additional hand modifications when conditions change.
The "gmake" command must be in the command path of the site manager.
$ where gmakeshould return something similar to "/usr/local/bin/gmake"
Check out the "labyrinth" CVS module from the anonymous pserver. For this you'll need the password (call or write).
$ export CVSROOT=:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvs/minoscvs/rep1 $ cvs login $ cvs checkout labyrinth
Follow the instructions in lpath/labyrinth/doc/installation.txt
The installation instructions can be found at /afs/fnal.gov/files/code/e875/sim/labyrinth/doc/installation.txt
$ setenv LABYRINTH lpath ! see below for generally public installations $ source $LABYRINTH/setup_labyrinth.csh