Commit 41e2e001 authored by Dennis Gläser's avatar Dennis Gläser
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[README] use correct typo of OpenCASCADE

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Frackit is an open-source framework for the stochastic generation of fracture networks.
The implementation is written in C++ language and extensively uses
[OpenCascade][2], an open-source Computer Aided Design (CAD) library.
[OpenCASCADE][2], an open-source Computer Aided Design (CAD) library.
The geometric data generated by Frackit can be exported into a number of standard CAD
file formats supported by [OpenCascade][2]. This allows for visualization with a
variety of tools, as for example the [CAD Assistant][3] developed by [OpenCascade][2],
file formats supported by [OpenCASCADE][2]. This allows for visualization with a
variety of tools, as for example the [CAD Assistant][3] developed by [OpenCASCADE][2],
or [Gmsh][1], a three-dimensional finite element mesh generator.
Coupling to [DuMuX][0]
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Please note that the following requirements need to be installed:
* OpenCascade (>= 7.3.0) (Note: Testing occurs with 7.3.0, no guarantee to work with higher versions)
* OpenCASCADE (>= 7.3.0) (Note: Testing occurs with 7.3.0, no guarantee to work with higher versions)
* CMake (>3.0)
* C, C++ compiler (C++17 required)
* Optional: Doxygen (>= 1.8)
### Installation of OpenCascade
Frackit requires parts of the [OpenCascade][2] library to be installed on your system.
### Installation of OpenCASCADE
Frackit requires parts of the [OpenCASCADE][2] library to be installed on your system.
Thanks to the ["FreeCAD maintainers" team][15], there are Debian packages of
[OpenCascade][2] available (see [this link][14]). To install the required packages,
[OpenCASCADE][2] available (see [this link][14]). To install the required packages,
you have to add the repository by typing
```sh
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sudo apt-get install libocct-modeling-algorithms-7.3 libocct-modeling-algorithms-dev libocct-foundation-7.3 libocct-foundation-dev libocct-modeling-data-7.3 libocct-modeling-data-dev
```
If you prefer building [OpenCascade][2] from the sources, you can download the
If you prefer building [OpenCASCADE][2] from the sources, you can download the
source code [HERE][2], and details on the installation can be found [HERE][10].
Please note that [OpenCascade][2] requires further 3rd party products, which are
Please note that [OpenCASCADE][2] requires further 3rd party products, which are
listed [HERE][11].
<!-- On Debian-based distributions, all of these can be installed
......@@ -133,7 +133,7 @@ sudo apt-get install tcllib tklib tcl-dev tk-dev libfreetype-dev libxt-dev libxm
``` -->
### Building Frackit under Linux
After [OpenCascade][2] and the other requirements listed above have been installed,
After [OpenCASCADE][2] and the other requirements listed above have been installed,
clone this repository within your folder of choice by typing:
```sh
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cmake ../
```
If cmake cannot find your installation of [OpenCascade][2], you probably installed it
If cmake cannot find your installation of [OpenCASCADE][2], you probably installed it
into a non-standard location. In this case, you can define __HINTS__ for cmake to search
for it. In particular, you would have to change the line
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```
in the _CMakeLists.txt_ file of the top folder of Frackit, substituting
MY_OCC_INCLUDE_FOLDER with the path to the source files of [OpenCascade][2]
MY_OCC_INCLUDE_FOLDER with the path to the source files of [OpenCASCADE][2]
on your system. The same has to be done for the required packages of
[OpenCascade][2], i.e. in the line
[OpenCASCADE][2], i.e. in the line
```cmake
find_library(OCC_LIB ${OCC}
PATH_SUFFIXES lib ${OCC_SYS_NAME}/lib ${OCC_SYS_NAME}/vc8/lib)
```
you can define HINTS for cmake to find your installation folder of [OpenCascade][2].
you can define HINTS for cmake to find your installation folder of [OpenCASCADE][2].
Once cmake finished successfully, you could now compile the class documentation:
```sh
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