Salome 5.1.3 with aster 10.1.0 module
Salome 5.1.3 with aster 10.1.0 modulePosted by wwiki at January 11. 2010
I would declare aster 10.1.0 as module of salome 5.1.3.
I read documentations :
* D9.10.01 Descriptif du module Aster de Salomé
I'm really lost .
I don't understand how aster compilation will produce aster module.
But setup.cfg contains
# Interface between Code_Aster and Salome
_install_omniORB = True
_install_omniORBpy = True
_install_pylotage = True
# Salome version supported by pylotage
SALOME_VERSION = 'DEFAULT' # DEFAULT means the last one supported by pylotage
Are these documents still valid for the creation of this module ?
Help is welcome.
Re: Salome 5.1.3 with aster 10.1.0 modulePosted by Michael Kiefer at January 14. 2010
Re: Salome 5.1.3 with aster 10.1.0 modulePosted by DAVID Gilles at January 14. 2010
ASTER module in Salome is being updated by the developers to be compliant in the new V5 version of Salome.
It is a complicated task, so I think you should just wait for it to be available. Sorry I can't tell you when it will be released as I'm not part of the ASTER team.
Meanwhile you can use Salome V5.1.3 for pre-post process and export/import the MED files in Salome-Meca 2009.1 to use them in Code-Aster STA9.4.
Re: Salome 5.1.3 with aster 10.1.0 modulePosted by wwiki at January 15. 2010
Thank you verry much for your answer.
If the team of development can give a date. Thus, I know if I have the time to do this work or not.
Re: Salome 5.1.3 with aster 10.1.0 modulePosted by DAVID Gilles at January 15. 2010
I think you make a confusion between Code-Aster and the ASTER module in Salome.
Code-Aster is the solver, its version is 10.10.
ASTER module is the encapsulation of Code-Aster in Salome. The most recent ASTER module works only on Salome V4.1.5 and Code-Aster 9.
The big work is to develop the new ASTER module for Code-Aster 10.10 and Salome V5.1.X. It is not just a matter of declaring Code-Aster 10.10 as a module of Salome, some coding must be done. And this coding part is very long and time consuming. This is what is currently done by the Salome-Meca team.
If you want to train yourself in the developement of a module in Salome with Code-Aster as a basis, please don't hesitate. The link of the documentation you mentionned is a good starting point. to developped a module written in C++. You can also develop a module in Python, the related documentation is located in the PYHELLO module.
Re: Salome 5.1.3 with aster 10.1.0 modulePosted by wwiki at January 18. 2010
Hello Gilles ,
Thank you for your answer.
I will try to develop ASTER module. It's a little strong . But ...