CAMPARI Downloads

The entire source code of officially released versions of CAMPARI can be downloaded from the CAMPARI SourceForge site: SourceForge. Note that development versions will not be available through SourceForge. If you know about new features being worked on and are interested in using such features prior to release (essentially as a beta-tester), do not hesitate to contact us.
CAMPARI can link several additional libraries most of which are freely available (see FFTW, LAPACK, OpenMPI, or NetCDF). On Linux distributions, it will often be easier to obtain these through system packages. If this is not possible, download and install them separately; there is ample documentation on the Web. We deliver an early version of the XDR library with CAMPARI, which will be compiled and linked automatically. There is also a set of features depending on the sparse matrix library HSL. Due to the licensing terms, we cannot distribute the source code for HSL. You will need to download the HSL library separately (obtaining your own license agreement). CAMPARI requires the following HSL sources (which is really only two routines):
  • common90.f90
  • eb13_ddeps.f
  • eb13d.f
  • eb13_sdeps.f
  • eb13s.f
  • hsl_ma48d_ciface.f90
  • hsl_ma48d.f90
  • hsl_ma48s_ciface.f90
  • hsl_ma48s.f90
  • ma48_ddeps90.f90
  • ma48_ddeps.f
  • ma48_sdeps90.f90
  • ma48_sdeps.f
After obtaining them, you can just copy them into the hsl/ subdirectory in the source-directory and CAMPARI will (by default) compile them as needed. Note that all of the above libraries pertain to optional features and there is no dependency on them unless the respective compiler flags are passed. This is all explained in detail elsewhere.

Other Files:

You are also encouraged to visit the website where files from past published research and/or ongoing work utilizing CAMPARI may be hosted: Pappu lab.
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