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SpackOverview in CM
Managing packages with Spack Overview Spack is a package management tool designed to support multiple versions and configurations of software on a wide variety of ...
WebStatistics in CM
Statistics for nop CM Web Month: Topic views: Topic saves: File uploads: Most popular topic views: Top contributors for topic save and ...
WebPreferences in CM
nop CM Web Preferences The following settings are web preferences of the CM web. These preferences overwrite the site level preferences in . and , and ...
Past Trainings in CM
Past trainings Git workshop for Beginners (April 14th, 2021) Program Presentations: Introduction to Git Jonas Jucker (C2SM) Workflows with Git Katie ...
WebHome in CM
Git, our recommended version control system SVN, an older and less powerful version control system Overview about Jenkins, the CI used at C2SM clim sanity ...
CodingAdvicesCosmo2 in CM
The "COSMO rules" The cosmo/cosmo clm code is written in Fortran. You can find some literature about this programming language in two documents attached at the bottom ...
Advice on writing code (in COSMO) in CM
Advice on writing code We summarize here some external information on how to write correct and efficient code with a focus on the COSMO model. Additional information ...
CompilersOverview in CM
Fortran compilers overview Some information about Fortran compilers can be found in http://www.fortran 2000.com/ArnaudRecipes/CompilerTricks.html. Dictionary (options ...
WebNotify in CM
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SvnOverview in CM
Subversion (SVN) Subversion is a useful revision control system which can be used to maintain different versions of files. A SVN system has been set up at CSCS for ...
GitOverview in CM
GitOverview Git is a collaborative revision control system. COSMO and the related codes currently hosted by C2SM were migrated from Subversion to git on December ...
ToolTotalView in CM
Totalview Helps you debug your sequential and even parallel code. Here, the use of totalview at CSCS is shortly described with the example of the COSMO code. For further ...
ToolPGProf in CM
Profiling source code with pgprof Which part of my code uses how much time? This recipe works with the Portland Group pgf90 compiler. It most probably works for ...
SvnAccount in CM
SVN Account To get a login and password you need to contact the svn administrator: Katie Osterried katherine.osterried #64;env.ethz.ch
SvnCmd in CM
SVN: Some basic commands How to create a directory in the repository?: svn mkdir https://cosmo.cscs.ch/cosmo/branches/iac/projectA : create the directory ...
SvnDoc in CM
Documentation of the SVN for COSMO set up at CSCS A detailed description of the structure, the permissions and the content of the SVN for COSMO can be found as attached ...
Subversion: Frequently asked questions and answers in CM
SvnFaq Q: The tkdiff file command can't deal with the newest version of Subversion. It claims that " file is not part of a revision control system" A: The TkDiff ...
SvnManag in CM
How to manage the vendor and trunk parts of the SVN for COSMO? The responsibles of the vendor and trunk parts of our SVN are the only persons concerned by this page ...
SvnMch in CM
SVN: misc SVN is a tool to manage versions of source code or any other documents/files. Two features are of main interest for us: Firstly the ability to easily retrieve ...
SvnNotice in CM
Get an email for SVN changes You can get an automatic email notification each time that a new trunk version becomes available. Please indicate your email address and ...
SvnRev in CM
Important revision numbers r692: Creation of the CCLM vendor tags r694: CCLM4.8 11 in the vendor with properties r695: Tag of CCLM4.8 11 r696: ...
SvnStart in CM
How to start using the "COSMO" SVN at CSCS Please follow this procedure step by step before using the COSMO SVN for the first time. 1. Specify your favorite editor ...
SvnUsr in CM
SVN users Liste of the SVN users Name Institution Group Mail Aemisegger Franziska ETH Atmospheric Dynamics franziska.aemisegger@env.ethz.ch ...
GitUsefulCommands in CM
GitUsefulCommands General git config global core.pager more make your terminal interpret the escape sequences returned by the commands git status and git ...
JenkinsOverview in CM
Jenkins is a useful tool that allows automatic testing of applications on different machines/HPC centres. It is used to test large Codebases like COSMO or ICON. ...
JenkinsDebug in CM
Debugging in Jenkins Jenkins does not use your account It will very likely happen, that the testing you built for Jenkins works as expected on our own account ...
JenkinsStructure in CM
Structure of reliable tests The structure outlined on this wikipage is based on the experiences of the Jenkins plans from Icon, COSMO and Extpar. It can well be, that ...
JenkinsBeginners in CM
Beginners Create a new Jenkins plan In the upper left corner of the Jenkins wepage you can click New Item . This will open a new window and ask you for the name ...
JenkinsSlaves in CM
Slaves In Jenkins, each machines is called a slave. There are many different slaves available at CSCS or at DKRZ. If you want to add a new slave to Jenkins please ...
JenkinsAdvanced in CM
Adavanced Jenkins Options Jenkins provides a big set of adavanced options to further specify your testing plan in more detail. Settings or options that are proven ...
JenkinsHowToGetAccess in CM
Access to Jenkins Depending on your needs, please contact the person shown in the table below. Be careful with the permission given to you. Any user with write access ...
WebAtom in CM
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