Three easy-to-install packages are all that is required to begin developing with the MOOSE framework.
Download and Install in the following order:
NOTE: If you already have the MOOSE-Environment package installed, you can verify the current build number by reading the following file: /opt/moose/build
Commit History is available for those who wish to know what has changed in each build version.
Note: If you have any opened terminals at this point, you will need to close them, and re-open them in order to use the MOOSE environment.
Note: If you receive 'Corrupted Image Data' when handling the Command Line Tools DMGs, try downloading them using Safari. I have seen Chrome inject meta data into the DMG download, making it corrupt.
Lots of people seem to skip this step... so here it is, enlarged and bolded:
Verify you have performed the above setup instructions correctly, by opening a new terminal window, and entering the following command:
If you do not see anything prefixed with the words 'moose', something is wrong.
Once the above is complete, continue to step 2 on the Getting Started pages.
In order to simplify the process of getting your environment set up the MOOSE team provides convenient, pre-compiled installable packages that do all the heavy lifting for you! Simply download, double-click and follow the directions.
Note that our package installs everything neatly under "/opt/moose" and during the installation process you will be asked if the installer can modify your .bash_profile to include these lines:
if [ -f /opt/moose/environments/moose_profile ]; then . /opt/moose/environments/moose_profile fi
Note: If you want to remove our package from your system simply remove these lines from your .bash_profile and delete /opt/moose.
For more information about what our Redistributable Package contains see the wiki entry here.
Interesting reactor simulation framework 🧐 https://t.co/pZOWp3r9Gm
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