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OpenSees - Release 1
This is the first release of the OpenSees framework. Feedback and
comments would be greatly appreciated.

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:

UNIX: You need to create a Makefile.def for your system. We have no automatic
configuration at this time. You should copy one of existing Makefile.def.* in 
the directory MAKES to this directory and rename it Makefile.def. Then 
typically all you need to do is modify the $HOME variable. You also need a 
bin and lib directory in $HOME. Then type 'make'.

Note: Depending on your system you may need to install some additional 
packages, i.e. tcl/tk and mysql.

WINDOWS: go the Win32 and open up the vc++ project. then do a build once loaded.
Note: You do need to have installed tcl/tk.


FRAMEWORK CONTENTS:

This directory contains the following:
        COPYRIGHT a file containing the copyright information on the
        code that has so far been developed.

        SRC the source code for all the classes developed for OpenSees can
        be found in this subdirectory.

        Makefile this is a makefile that may be provided to the unix 
        make program. It will create the libraries specified by YOU the
        user in Makefile.def. NOTE TO RUN PROPERLY YOU NEED TO HAVE
        PREINSTALLED THE TCL/TK LIBRARIES AND INCLUDE FILES. These 
        can be found at http://dev.scriptics.com/software/tcltk.
        If you are running LINUX you probably already have the files.
        NOTE THAT BEFORE YOU RUN 'make', YOU NEED TO HAVE CREATED THE 
        DIRECTORIES '$(HOME)/lib' and '$(HOME)/bin' where $(HOME) is
        what you have defined in Makefile.def.

        Makefile.def this is the one file you must edit. You need to
        set paths, library names, your favorite compiler and compiler 
        options.

        MAKES is a subdirectory containg example Makefile.def's.

        DOCUMENTS is a subdirectory containing 3 postscript files.

        EXAMPLES is a subdirectory containg example subdirectories.

        OTHER is a subdirectory containing a number of subdirectories
        containing the source code for the numerical libraries that the user
        may need to install if not already on the users machine:
                BLAS - contains the blas routines called.
                CBLAS - contains the cblas routines called (SuperLU).
                LAPACK - contains the lapack routines called.   
                ARPACK- containts the ARPACK routines called.
                UMFPACK- containts the ARPACK routines called.
                SuperLU - contains the SuperLU routines called.

        Win32 is a dircetory for windows users. It contains 
        two projects 1: g3.dsw (a microsoft visualc++ project)
                     2: g3Fortran.mdp (a microsoft powerstation
                        fortran project)
        which can be used to build the g3 interpreter on windows machines.
        NOTE TO RUN PROPERLY YOU NEED TO HAVE PREINSTALLED THE TCL/TK 
        LIBRARIES AND INCLUDE FILES, which can be obtained as outlined above.