[gmx-developers] make_edi: cvs or contributions?
lindahl at stanford.edu
Tue Apr 1 11:12:21 CEST 2003
Hi Bert (and Oliver),
That sounds great. We're about to move CVS to a server in David's lab,
and then it will be much easier for us to give out new accounts.
I would suggest uploading it to contributions now, and as soon as we
have a more stable interface for 4.0 we can try to get it into the main
distribution and CVS together. I'm for instance almost done with a
nonbonded library module that should be useable for any program, not
On Tuesday, Apr 1, 2003, at 01:07 US/Pacific, Bert de Groot wrote:
> We've created a tool (make_edi) to generate an Essential Dynamics
> input file (.edi) based on g_covar output. So all those that would like
> to do ED sampling (or manipulate the positions along certain
> during a simulation in some other way) can now do so without being
> on WHAT IF. Additionally, we modified edsam.c such that it will also
> in parallel (at least in the most common cases).
> How should we preferably upload this? I briefly talked to Berk about
> and he suggested to commit the changes via cvs. We'd be happy to do
> but we'd need a cvs account to be able to commit the changes. A
> however, could be that the cvs version is not very stable right now, as
> I understand it, which would make it difficult for us to test things.
> an alternative, we could upload our modifications against the 3.1.4
> to the 'contributions' section. That way, ppl can already start
> it and one of the core developers might then want to incorporate it
> cvs sometime between now and the next release.
> Please let me know which of the two (or both) is prefered.
> Dr. Bert de Groot
> Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry
> Theoretical molecular biophysics group
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