Theriak_D

A new add-on for the Theriak/Domino software package


Re-compiling Theriak_D
  • 1. Download the gfortran compiler from http://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/GFortranBinaries.

  • 2. Install the binaries for gfortran (just double-click the installer and follow the instrucions)

  • 3. Download theriakd.zip

  • 4. Copy "theriakd.f90"-file into "TheriakDomino/Programs" directory and replace the "Makefile" with the downloaded version

  • 5. Open a Terminal (or in Windows a Batch window), make "TheriakDomino/Programs" the working directory and type "make all"
  • Compiled Theriak-Domino version for Mac OS X 10.10.x (version 3-31-2017)
  • To install TheriakDominoMAC_2017, download the TheriakDominoMAC_2017.zip
  • (Right Click --> 'Download Linked File As...')

  • Check your permissions ! ('chmod 755 theriakd')

  • The program was compiled on a MacPro, 3.7 GHz Quad-Core Intel Core Xeon E5
  • Compiled Theriak-Domino version for Windows (version 3-31-2017)
  • To install TheriakDominoWIN_2017, download the TheriakDominoWIN_2017.zip

  • 1. (Right Click --> 'Download Linked File As...')

  • 2. Copy TheriakDominoWIN_2017-folder into your 'C:\'-directory

  • 3. Copy all 4 '*.dll'-files from the 'cygwin_libaries' -folder into your 'C:\Windows'-directory

  • 4. Done !

  • The program was compiled with cygwin (gfortran) in Windows 10

  • Standard usage via shell
  • Download the folder theriakd_example1.zip, including also User manual

  • (Right Click --> 'Download Linked File As...')

  • Usage with MATLAB®, GNU Octave or SciLab©
  • Download the folder theriakd_example2.zip, including also User manual

  • (Right Click --> 'Download Linked File As...')

  • Usage with C or FORTRAN
  • Download the folder theriakdc.zip.

  • (Right Click --> 'Download Linked File As...')

  • 1. Copy all-files into "TheriakDomino/Programs" directory and replace the "Makefile" with the downloaded version

  • 2. Open a Terminal (or in Windows a Batch window), make "TheriakDomino/Programs" the working directory and type "make dc"

  • 3. Type "./testC" (you can also test the FORTRAN sample script: "./testF")