Creating your very own MOOSE application is a cinch. Once you have installed the MOOSE framework, do the following:
For your app name, consider the use of an acryonym. We prefer animal names for applications, but you are free to choose whatever name suits your needs.
Outside of the MOOSE directory in
~/projects type the following into a terminal:
$MOOSE_DIR is the path to your MOOSE installation (e.g.
/home/you/projects/moose or similar). This will create a directory named
yourappname with everything you need to get started.
cd yourappname make -j4
You have successfully built your first MOOSE app. The application binary is a file called
When you ran the
stork.sh script, it printed out the following directions:
To store your changes on github: 1. log in to your account 2. Create a new repository named YourAppName 3. in this terminal run the following commands: cd foopar git remote add origin https://github.com/YourGitHubUserName/YourAppName git commit -m "initial commit" git push -u origin master
Follow them to start tracking your project using version control with git.
Tweet about it using the Twitter button in the column to the right!
When you are ready, register your application so others can see what you are doing and possibly use or enhance your code. Simply add your application to the list here: TrackedApps
Head over to the Documentation section to view all the various forms of documentation and walk through the example applications to find out how to solve your equations with MOOSE.
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