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This page provides links to software pertaining to CCA Forum activites. Links to components can be found in the Component Directory.
A number of CCA tools are available in single, easy to build tar file (sometimes referred to as the Sumo Tarball). This includes everything you should need to build and run your own CCA components:
If your object is to create your own components then this is a great place to start. Additionally you will likely want the documentation that will walk you through creating F90, C, and C++ components and also the tutorial source template code (look for the latest tutorial-src*.tar.gz compressed tar). This has some simple pre-defined components and an easy mechanism to add your own components that will install in the canonical places.
Source code and documentation for the latest CCA Tutorials can be found here. You will need to install the CCA tools (see above) and the tutorial source code (which also serves as a template for new components). Please contact email@example.com with questions or problems.
The Ccaffeine framework is available as part of the Sumo Tarball (above). Incredibly out of date documentation is available and is still useful for understanding how Ccaffeine works. The tutorial documentation is a better place to look for up to date execution behavior.
Language Interoperability (Babel/SIDL)
On Thu, 2004-10-07 at 14:31, Walsh, Edward wrote:
What is the magic incantation that one has to speak to get tutorial/src/cca-spec/f90 to compile?
This information is for the intel f90 version 8 compiler only:
Make sure that you have F90 compiled into the cca-tools.
To do this:
After you build and install cca-tools put "/wherever/you/installed/cca-tools/bin" in your path.
Now back to the tutorial-src tree:
./configure --with-languages="c c++ f90 python"then
Afterwards you may wish to test the whole shebang with:
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