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ICON-ART

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Access

In order to get access to the ICON-ART repository hosted on the C2SM-ICON GitHub organization, please write an e-mail to the administrator of ICON-ART:

jonas.jucker@env.ethz.ch

Once you have access, clone the repository the following:

  1. Clone the repository and all submodules from github using the web protocol: (git clone --recursive https://github.com/C2SM-ICON/icon4art.git) or the ssh protocol: (git clone --recursive git@github.com:C2SM-ICON/icon4art.git). If you don't already have an ssh key set up for Github, but would like to do so, follow the instructions
  2. Execute "git submodule update"

Configure and compile

ICON-ART needs to be configured before compilation. The procedure is identical to ICON.
Please have a look at the instructions there.

Note:
The only difference between the configure script of ICON and ICON-ART is the --enable-art argument passed to the configure-script.

Run

As for compilation, the mechanism to create runscripts and run experiments is the same as for ICON.
Please have a look at the instructions there.

C2SM currently does not have the knowledge to setup an ICON-ART experiment by itself, mainly due to missing input-data for already predefined experiment in the art subfolder in ICON. Nevertheless there is a testcase for ICON-ART available. The jenkins_icon submodule contains input-data and an experiment for passive tracers and simple OH-chemistry with NWP-physics.

 cd jenkins_icon
./setup.sh --install
cd ..
./script/jenkins/jenkins.sh --compiler gcc --testlist=test.art -r

Documentation

Documentation can be found at several places: spacer
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