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Re: [ESPResSo-users] simple shear for polymer melts

From: Sebastian Bindgen
Subject: Re: [ESPResSo-users] simple shear for polymer melts
Date: Thu, 16 May 2019 16:28:56 +0200

Dear Ricky,

I think it’s easiest if you add my account as a new remote in the repository:

git remote add name

Replace "name" by the name you want to use for me and the http://…. by the following: address@hidden:bindgens1/espresso.git

Verify if it works with 

git remote -v 

You should see something like “origin” and “name", where name is the alias you chose. 

Then you can checkout the branch from my espresso fork for via: 

git fetch name
git checkout sebastian/le_submission_cd

The feature Lees Edwards is already added in the maxset.hpp config file. Otherwise just add it in your regular myconfig.hpp. 

Then your can follow the usual build instructions.

Kind regards

On 16 May 2019, at 16:18, address@hidden wrote:

Dear Pierre,

At first, I'm very appreciate for your quick reply.
I'm unfamiliar  with github. So I have some simple problems to build the system:
Should  I use 
    git clone git:// --branch le_submission_cd
to download the code and build the Espresso as the document said?  Should I active some features? 

In addition, does the code support the dipolar interaction?

Thanks a lot!


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