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Re: Espressomd-devel Digest, Vol 77, Issue 2

From: Josh Berryman
Subject: Re: Espressomd-devel Digest, Vol 77, Issue 2
Date: Wed, 29 Apr 2020 14:34:10 +0200

Hi I see on the dev tree that there was some effort to rewrite the Lees-Edwards code, last commit was Sep 30th 2018.  

Is this still active?  Why did it need a rewrite?  Having written the LE stuff in 2014 or so I find that I want to use this functionality again, but the test scripts have disappeared and it seems like somebody started an ambitious refactor, integrating with Lattice Boltzmann etc, before giving up again.

If I want to get LE back in action, should I just check out from the main tree and see what is there? 


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Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2018 10:05:13 +1300
From: Henri Menke <address@hidden>
To: Pierre de Buyl <address@hidden>,
Subject: Re: [ESPResSo-devel] call tree for
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On Mon, 2018-03-12 at 16:41 +0100, Pierre de Buyl wrote:
> Hi,
> I'd like to know wheter there is a diagram somewhere, or if a ESPResSo dev
> could
> outline it by email, of the call tree that is executed when one calls

You can set CALL_GRAPH in the Doxyfile to YES and build the Doxygen
documentation using 'make doxygen'. ?This will give you quite an impressive
graph. ?I attached the one I just produced (I also set?DOT_IMAGE_FORMAT = png).

> I am interested in knowing the various ghost, cell and neighbor list updates,
> in
> order to understand better the Lees-Edwards implementation. I have started to
> work with Sebastian Bindgen on this issue and was a bit lost in the source
> tree
> at times.
> Thank you for any feedback :-)
> Pierre
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