|merge with 02-SettingUpEnvironment.adoc and rewrite pending!|
Feel++ generates various files that are spread over various directories. For this tutorial, it would be beneficial to check the content of these files to familiarize yourself with Feel++.
Some of Feel++ behavior can be driven by environment variables such as
Both variables should point to the same place. They define the root directory where the simulation results will be stored. By default they are set to
If you want to change the root directory where the results are stored, define e.g. FEELPP_REPOSITORY. For example in the docker image
feel/apps:latest, it points to
docker run -it -v $HOME/feel:/feel feelpp/apps:latest
should get you this output
# Feel++ applications This image provides the Feel++ applications in . advection . fluid mechanics . solid mechanics . fluid-structure interaction . thermodynamics The testcases are in $HOME/Testcases/ and the results are in $HOME/feel Follow the steps described in http://book.feelpp.org/content/Applications/Models/readme.html to use the models. feelpp@50381de2bd23:~$
and here is the result of
echo $FEELPP_REPOSITORY in the docker image
feelpp@50381de2bd23:~$ echo $FEELPP_REPOSITORY /feel
Feel++ uses Google Glog.
Log files :
Config files :