Changeset 7951


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Timestamp:
Aug 18, 2010, 1:46:51 PM (9 years ago)
Author:
habili
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Manual updated to reflect changes in 1.2.0

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trunk/anuga_core/documentation/user_manual
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  • trunk/anuga_core/documentation/user_manual/anuga_installation_guide.tex

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    33\title{ANUGA Installation Guide}
    44
    5 %\author{Ole Nielsen, Duncan Gray, Jane Sexton}
    6 
    75\usepackage{graphicx}
    8 
     6\usepackage{hyperref}
    97
    108% Please at least include a long-lived email address;
    119% the rest is at your discretion.
    1210\authoraddress{Geoscience Australia \\
    13   Email: \email{nariman.habili@ga.gov.au}
     11  Email: \email{anuga@ga.gov.au}
    1412}
    1513
     
    5654\label{sec:requirements}
    5755
    58 To run ANUGA you will need a Windows PC (XP or Vista) or a Linux PC with at
     56To run ANUGA you will need a Windows PC (XP, Vista or 7) or a Linux PC with at
    5957least 512MB RAM.  As ANUGA is a memory-intensive numerical system, more memory is better than less.
    6058
     
    7674\section{Installation}
    7775
    78 Below are the install procedures for Windows XP, Windows Vista (both 32 bit) and Linux (32 and 64 bit).
     76Below are the install procedures for Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 (all 32 bit) and Linux (32 and 64 bit).
    7977
    8078\subsection{Quick install - Windows XP (32 bit)}
     
    9088run the test suite (optional) and then run a series of validation examples (optional). This may take some time.
    9189Try the demonstrations provided in the ANUGA directory \code{anuga\_demos} (discussed in the ANUGA user manual at
    92 \url{http://datamining.anu.edu.au/\%7Eole/anuga/user\%5Fmanual/anuga\%5Fuser\%5Fmanual.pdf})
     90\url{https://datamining.anu.edu.au/anuga/attachment/wiki/WikiStart/anuga_user_manual-1.2.0.pdf})
    9391and view the resulting \code{.sww} files with the ANUGA viewer.
    9492
    95 %This procedure assumes that you do not have python installed on the target machine.
    96 %If you do have a python installed already then skip the installation of python as
    97 %long as you have version 2.5 or later installed.
    98 %
    99 %\begin{itemize} 
    100 %  \item Install the support software, in order.
    101 %    \begin{enumerate}
    102 %      \item Execute \code{python-2.5.4.msi} to install python.
    103 %
    104 %      \item Install MinGW from \code{MinGW-5.1.4.exe}.  Install components:
    105 %        \begin{enumerate}
    106 %          \item MinGW base tools
    107 %          \item g++ compiler
    108 %          \item MinGW Make
    109 %        \end{enumerate}
    110 %        Note that you will need an internet connection for the above install.
    111 %
    112 %      \item Execute \code{numpy-1.3.0-win32-superpack-python2.5.exe} to install numpy.
    113 %
    114 %      \item Execute \code{netCDF_binary_4.0.exe} to install NetCDF.
    115 %
    116 %      \item Execute \code{ScientificPython-2.9.0.win32-py2.5.exe} to install Scientific Python.
    117 
    118 %      \item Execute \code{matplotlib-0.98.5.2.win32-py2.5.exe} to install matplotlib.
    119 %    \end{enumerate}
    120 
    121 %  \item Add the following to the end of the PATH environment variable:
    122 %    \begin{verbatim};C:\Python25;C:\MingW\bin;C:\netcdf4\bin\end{verbatim}
    123 %    For details on how to do this under Windows please refer to Appendix \ref{sec:setwindowspath}.
    124 %\end{itemize} 
    125 %
    126 %\subsubsection{ANUGA Installation}
    127 %\label{sec:ANUGA}
    128 %
    129 %\begin{itemize} 
    130 %  \item Unpack the ANUGA source code (\code{anuga-1.0_xxxx.tgz})\footnote{Internet Explorer has the habit of renaming the .tgz files to .gz -
    131 %                                                                          the remedy is to rename them back or use another browser such as Firefox.}
    132 %    in the python site-packages directory \code{C:$\backslash$Python25$\backslash$Lib$\backslash$site-packages}.
    133 %    This is often done in Windows by double clicking on the \code{.tgz} file and then 'browse to' the destination directory.
    134 %
    135 %  \item In the ANUGA root directory (\code{C:$\backslash$Python25$\backslash$Lib$\backslash$site-packages$\backslash$anuga}),
    136 %    run the compilation script (either from the commandline or by running it in IDLE):
    137 %    \begin{verbatim}python compile_all.py\end{verbatim}
    138 %
    139 %  \item In the ANUGA root directory (\code{C:$\backslash$Python25$\backslash$Lib$\backslash$site-packages$\backslash$anuga}),
    140 %    run the test suite (either from the commandline or by running it in IDLE):
    141 %    \begin{verbatim}python test_all.py\end{verbatim} ANUGA has been succesfully installed if the tests pass.
    142 %
    143 %  \item To verify that ANUGA succesfully reproduces a series of validation examples, go
    144 %    to the directory
    145 %    \linebreak
    146 %    \code{anuga_validation$\backslash$automated_validation_tests} under the ANUGA root directory where you can run:
    147 %    \begin{verbatim}python validate_all.py\end{verbatim}
    148 %    This may take some time.
    149 %
    150 %  \item To install the ANUGA viewer:
    151 %    \begin{enumerate}
    152 %      \item Unpack the distribution (\code{anuga_viewer_1.0.tgz}) into:
    153 %        \begin{verbatim}C:\Program Files\end{verbatim}
    154 %
    155 %      \item Double click on the test file:
    156 %        \begin{verbatim}C:\Program Files\anuga_viewer\cylinders.sww\end{verbatim}
    157 %
    158 %      \item Associate \code{.sww} files with the executable:
    159 %      \begin{verbatim}C:\Program Files\anuga_viewer\animate.exe\end{verbatim}       
    160 %      For details on how to do this under Windows please refer to Appendix \ref{sec:assocanimatesww}.
    161 %    \end{enumerate}
    162 %
    163 %    Try the demonstrations provided in the ANUGA directory \code{anuga\_demos}
    164 %    (discussed in the ANUGA user manual at
    165 %    \url{http://datamining.anu.edu.au/\%7Eole/anuga/user\%5Fmanual/anuga\%5Fuser\%5Fmanual.pdf})
    166 %    and view the resulting \code{.sww} files with the ANUGA viewer.
    167 %\end{itemize}   
    16893
    16994
     
    177102%details.
    178103
    179 \subsection{Quick install - Windows Vista}
     104\subsection{Quick install - Windows Vista and 7}
    180105\label{sec:winvista}
    181106
    182107The installation of the support software and the ANUGA software should be the same as for Windows XP above.
    183 The installation and use of ANUGA under Windows Vista has not been heavily tested.  Feedback on any aspect
    184 of using ANUGA under Vista is welcomed.
     108The installation and use of ANUGA under Windows Vista and 7 have not been heavily tested.  Feedback on any aspect
     109of using ANUGA under Vista or 7 is welcomed.
    185110
    186111\subsection{Quick install - Linux}
    187112\label{sec:linux}
    188113
    189 The procedure to install onto a Linux platform is targetted at a Debian-like Linux, such as Ubuntu.
    190 If you use another Linux the overall procedure should be followed, although the details will vary.
    191 
    192 The steps below assume that you do not have python installed on the target machine.
    193 If you do have a python installed already then skip the installation of python as
    194 long as you have version 2.5 or later.
    195 
    196 Note that even if you already have python installed you should still check if things like
    197 \code{python-dev} and \code{python-profiler} need to be installed.
    198 
    199 \subsubsection{Support Software - Linux 32 bit}
    200 \label{sec:linux32bit}
    201 
    202 Install support software (in order):
    203 \begin{enumerate} 
    204   \item Install the python development environment, either through Synaptic or by:
    205     \begin{verbatim}sudo apt-get install python python-dev python-profiler\end{verbatim}
    206     If you already have python 2.5 or later installed, don't include \code{python} above.
    207 
    208   \item Install g++, either through Synaptic or by:
    209     \begin{verbatim}sudo apt-get install g++\end{verbatim}
    210 
    211   \item Install the numpy package, either through Synaptic or by:
    212     \begin{verbatim}sudo apt-get install python-numpy\end{verbatim}
    213 
    214   \item Install the NetCDF package from the .tar.gz file:
    215     \begin{verbatim}tar xzf netcdf.tar.gz
    216 cd netcdf-4.0.1
    217 ./configure
    218 make check
    219 sudo make install
    220 cd\end{verbatim}
    221 
    222   \item Install the ScientificPython package from the .tar.gz file:
    223     \begin{verbatim}tar xzf ScientificPython-2.9.0.tar.gz
    224 cd ScientificPython-2.9.0
    225 python setup.py build --numpy
    226 sudo python setup.py install
    227 cd\end{verbatim}
    228 
    229   \item Install matplotlib, either through Synaptic or by:
    230     \begin{verbatim}sudo apt-get install python-matplotlib\end{verbatim}
    231 \end{enumerate}   
    232 
    233 \subsubsection{Support Software - Linux 64 bit}
    234 \label{sec:linux64bit}
    235 
    236 Install support software (in order):
    237 \begin{enumerate} 
    238   \item Install the python development environment, either through Synaptic or by:
    239     \begin{verbatim}sudo apt-get install python python-dev python-profiler\end{verbatim}
    240     If you already have python 2.5 or later installed, don't include \code{python} above.
    241 
    242   \item Install g++, either through Synaptic or by:
    243     \begin{verbatim}sudo apt-get install g++\end{verbatim}
    244 
    245   \item Define a CFLAGS value:
    246     \begin{verbatim}export CFLAGS=-fPIC\end{verbatim}
    247 
    248   \item Install the numpy package, either through Synaptic or by:
    249     \begin{verbatim}sudo apt-get install python-numpy\end{verbatim}
    250 
    251   \item Install the NetCDF package from the .tar.gz file:
    252     \begin{verbatim}tar xzf netcdf.tar.gz
    253 cd netcdf-4.0.1
    254 ./configure
    255 make check
    256 sudo make install
    257 cd\end{verbatim}
    258 
    259   \item Install the ScientificPython package from the .tar.gz file:
    260     \begin{verbatim}tar xzf ScientificPython-2.9.0.tar.gz
    261 cd ScientificPython-2.9.0
    262 python setup.py build --numpy
    263 sudo python setup.py install
    264 cd\end{verbatim}
    265 
    266   \item Install matplotlib, either through Synaptic or by:
    267     \begin{verbatim}sudo apt-get install python-matplotlib\end{verbatim}
    268 \end{enumerate}   
    269 
    270 \subsubsection{ANUGA Installation - 32 or 64 bit}
    271 \label{sec:ANUGA32-64bit}
    272 
    273 \begin{enumerate} 
    274   \item Get the ANUGA source from \url{http://sourceforge.net/projects/anuga} (\code{anuga-1.0_5789.tgz} say),
    275     and expand it into the python site-packages directory \code{/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages}.
    276     In the unpacked ANUGA directory \code{/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/anuga} run the command:
    277     \begin{verbatim}sudo python compile_all.py\end{verbatim}
    278 
    279   \item In the ANUGA root directory (\code{/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/anuga})
    280     run the test suite:
    281     \begin{verbatim}python test_all.py\end{verbatim} ANUGA has been succesfully installed if the tests pass.
    282 
    283   \item To verify that ANUGA succesfully reproduces a series of validation examples, go
    284     to the directory
    285     \linebreak
    286     \code{/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/anuga_validation/automated_validation_tests}
    287     where you can run validation tests to ensure the correct running of ANUGA:
    288     \begin{verbatim}python validate_all.py\end{verbatim}
    289     This may take some time.
    290 \end{enumerate}
     114Please note that the following applies only to Ubuntu 10.04 (\"Lucid Lynx\"). We currently do not
     115support any other Linux distributions.
     116
     117\subsubsection{Method 1}
     118
     119Choose the appropriate deb package for your architecture, download and use the package installer to install.
     120
     121i386: \url{https://sourceforge.net/projects/anuga/files/anuga_ubuntu_package/python-anuga_1.2.0-0ubuntu3_i386.deb/download}\\
     122AMD64: \url{https://sourceforge.net/projects/anuga/files/anuga_ubuntu_package/python-anuga_1.2.0-0ubuntu3_amd64.deb/download}
     123
     124\subsubsection{Method 2}
     125
     126Open a terminal and enter:
     127\begin{verbatim}
     128sudo add-apt-repository ppa:anuga/ppa
     129sudo apt-get update
     130sudo apt-get install python-anuga
     131\end{verbatim}
     132
     133\subsubsection{Method 3}
     134
     135Add the following lines to your \code{/etc/apt/sources.list}:
     136\begin{verbatim}
     137deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/anuga/ppa/ubuntu lucid main
     138deb-src http://ppa.launchpad.net/anuga/ppa/ubuntu lucid main
     139\end{verbatim}
     140Download the ANUGA key from \url{https://datamining.anu.edu.au/anuga/raw-attachment/wiki/WikiStart/anuga.key}. You can add this key with:
     141\begin{verbatim}
     142sudo apt-key add anuga.key
     143\end{verbatim}
     144or go to System -$>$ Administration -$>$ Software Sources -$>$ Authentication -$>$ Import Key File
     145
     146Open a terminal and enter:
     147\begin{verbatim}
     148sudo apt-get update
     149sudo apt-get install python-anuga
     150\end{verbatim}
     151
     152
     153
    291154
    292155\section{Optional but recommended software}
  • trunk/anuga_core/documentation/user_manual/anuga_user_manual.tex

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    2828
    2929\usepackage{graphicx}
     30\usepackage{hyperref}
    3031\usepackage[english]{babel}
    3132\usepackage{datetime}
     
    4950% the rest is at your discretion.
    5051\authoraddress{Geoscience Australia \\
    51   Email: \email{nariman.habili@ga.gov.au}
     52  Email: \email{anuga@ga.gov.au}
    5253}
    5354
     
    140141inundation software system, describe what it can do and give step-by-step
    141142instructions for setting up and running hydrodynamic simulations.
    142 The stable release of \anuga and this manual are available on sourceforge ati
     143The stable release of \anuga and this manual are available on sourceforge at
    143144\url{http://sourceforge.net/projects/anuga}. A snapshot of work in progress is
    144145available through the \anuga software repository at
    145 \url{https://datamining.anu.edu.au/svn/ga/anuga_core}
     146\url{https://datamining.anu.edu.au/svn/anuga/trunk/anuga_core/source/anuga}
    146147where the more adventurous reader might like to go.
    147148
     
    158159
    159160The latest installation instructions may be found at:
    160 \url{http://datamining.anu.edu.au/\~{}ole/anuga/user_manual/anuga_installation_guide.pdf}.
     161\url{https://datamining.anu.edu.au/anuga/attachment/wiki/WikiStart/anuga_installation_guide-1.2.0.pdf}.
    161162
    162163\section{Audience}
     
    165166its object oriented approach.
    166167Python tutorials include
    167 \url{http://docs.python.org/tut},
    168 \url{http://www.sthurlow.com/python}, and
    169 %\url{http://datamining.anu.edu.au/\%7e ole/work/teaching/ctac2006/exercise1.pdf}.
    170 \url{http://datamining.anu.edu.au/\~{}ole/work/teaching/ctac2006/exercise1.pdf}.
     168\url{http://docs.python.org/tut} and \url{http://www.sthurlow.com/python}.
    171169
    172170Readers also need to have a general understanding of scientific modelling,
     
    50925090  338:43--68, 1992.
    50935091
    5094 \bibitem{KurNP2001}
     5092\bibitem[KurNP2001]{KurNP2001}
    50955093\newblock Semidiscrete central-upwind schemes for hyperbolic conservation laws
    50965094  and hamilton-jacobi equations.
  • trunk/anuga_core/documentation/user_manual/anuga_whats_new.tex

    r7867 r7951  
    11\documentclass{manual}
    2 
     2\usepackage{hyperref}
    33
    44\title{ANUGA What's New}
    55
    6 \author{Ole Nielsen}
     6\author{Nariman Habili}
    77
    88% Please at least include a long-lived email address;
    99% the rest is at your discretion.
    1010\authoraddress{Geoscience Australia \\
    11   Email: \email{ole.nielsen@ga.gov.au}
     11  Email: \email{anuga@ga.gov.au}
    1212}
    1313
     
    4848These lists are not comprehensive and we refer to the TRAC system for a complete audit trail of changes made to ANUGA.
    4949\begin{itemize}
    50     \item Timeline of all changes to the code base: \url{https://datamining.anu.edu.au/anuga/timeline}
    51     \item List of completed tasks ordered by last modification time\footnote{Last time a closed ticket was modified will normally correspond to the time it was resolved. However, it is possible that it could be modified after being closed. Refer to the ticket change history if in doubt.}: \url{https://datamining.anu.edu.au/anuga/report/17}
    52     \item Changesets between two releases: To see all changes between version 4669 and 4733, for example, visit:
     50    \item Timeline of all changes to the code base: https://datamining.anu.edu.au/anuga/timeline
     51    \item Changesets between two releases: To see all changes between subversion versions 4669 and 4733, for example, visit:
    5352    \begin{itemize}
    5453      \item \url{https://datamining.anu.edu.au/anuga/changeset/4669} through to
     
    5958The release names take the form
    6059\begin{verbatim}
    61   XX-YY_ZZ.EXT
     60  AA-BB.CC.DD.EXT
    6261\end{verbatim}
    6362where
    6463\begin{itemize}
    65   \item \code{XX} is the name of the anuga component, e.g.
     64  \item \code{AA} is the name of the anuga component, e.g.
    6665  \code{anuga}, \code{anuga\_viewer}, \code{anuga\_installation\_guide} or \code{anuga\_user\_manual}
    67   \item \code{YY} is the name of the major revision, e.g. 1.0beta, which is unlikely to change very often unless the code has undergone a major change.
    68   \item \code{ZZ} is the Subversion revision number of this release. Every change to ANUGA causes the revision number to increment so this number uniquely identifies the version of ANUA. This is also known as the changeset number.
     66  \item \code{BB} is the major revision number. The major revision number is unlikely to change very often unless the code has undergone a major change.
     67  \item \code{CC} is the minor revision number. This number will increase when the code undergoes major bug fixes, changes to the interface, optimisation and the addition of minor features.
     68  \item \code{DD} is the minor revision number. This number will increase when the code undergoes minor bug fixes.
    6969  \item \code{EXT} is the file name extension \code{tgz}\footnote{Internet explorer has the habit of renaming the .tgz files to .gz - the remedy is to rename them back or use another browser such as Firefox.} used for source code or \code{pdf} used for documentation.
    7070\end{itemize}
     
    7979here. Refer to the Subversion
    8080log (https://datamining.anu.edu.au/anuga/timeline) and closed tickets
    81 https://datamining.anu.edu.au/anuga/report/17) for all changes in ANUGA.
     81https://datamining.anu.edu.au/anuga/report/10) for all changes in ANUGA.
    8282
    8383\section{Bleeding Edge}
     
    8686forcing terms. There is also activity in the area of viewers and installers.
    8787
    88 \section{Release Name: anuga-1.2beta, Date: June 2010}
     88\section{Release Name: anuga-1.2.0, Date: July 2010}
    8989Breaks code compatibility with older ANUGA versions. Please see the ANUGA wiki for migration instructions.
    9090Simplified API, with more logical module locations and names.
     
    9292Support for user-specified breaklines.
    9393Speed optimisations - fitting is around 25 percent faster.
    94 Various bug fixes - see trac.
     94Various bug fixes - see trac. Note the new versioning system.
    9595
    9696
  • trunk/anuga_core/documentation/user_manual/copyright.tex

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    44%  This is the ANUGA User Manual
    55%
    6 %  Version 1.2    June, 2010
     6%  Version 1.2    July, 2010
    77%
    88%
    99%
    10 %  Copyright 2004, 2005, 2010
    11 %  Stephen Roberts, Australian National University
    12 %  Ole Nielsen, Duncan Gray, Jane Sexton, Nick Bartzis, Geoscience Australia
     10%  Copyright Commonwealth of Australia (Geoscience Australia) and the Australian
     11%  National University 2004-2010.
    1312%
    1413%  COPYRIGHT PAGE
     
    1918\vspace*{0.5in}
    2019
    21 Copyright \copyright 2004, 2005, 2006, 2010 Australian National University and Geoscience Australia. All rights reserved.
     20\copyright Commonwealth of Australia (Geoscience Australia) and the Australian
     21National University 2004-2010.
    2222
    2323Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software for any
     
    2929software and in all copies of the supporting documentation for such
    3030software.
     31This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
    3132
    32 This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
    3333but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
    3434MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
     
    7272\textbf{Credits}:
    7373\begin{itemize}
    74 \item \anuga was developed and is maintained by Stephen Roberts,
    75   Ole Nielsen, Duncan Gray and Jane Sexton.
     74\item \anuga was developed by Stephen Roberts, Ole Nielsen, Duncan Gray and Jane Sexton. It is currently being developed and
     75 maintained by Nariman Habili and Stephen Roberts.
    7676\index{ANUGA!credits|textit} 
    7777\end{itemize}
     
    8585\textbf{Acknowledgments}:
    8686\begin{itemize}
    87 \item John Jakeman, Rudy van Drie, Ted Rigby, Petar Milevski, Joaquim Luis, Nils Goseberg, William Power,
     87\item Ole Nielsen, James Hudson, John Jakeman, Rudy van Drie, Ted Rigby,
     88      Petar Milevski, Joaquim Luis, Nils Goseberg, William Power,
    8889      Trevor Dhu, Linda Stals, Matt Hardy, Jack Kelly and Christopher
    8990      Zoppou who contributed to this project at various times.
    90 \item A stand alone visualiser (anuga\_viewer) based on Open-scene-graph was developed by Darran Edmundson.
     91\item A stand alone visualiser (anuga\_viewer) based on Open-scene-graph was developed by Darran Edmundson and James Hudson.
    9192\item The mesh generator engine was written by Jonathan Richard Shewchuk and made freely
    9293      available under the following license.  See source code \code{triangle.c} for more
  • trunk/anuga_core/documentation/user_manual/update_anuga_user_manual.py

    r7189 r7951  
    4141from os.path import expanduser, split, join
    4242from anuga.utilities.system_tools import get_revision_number, get_pathname_from_package
    43 from anuga.config import major_revision
     43from anuga.config import anuga_version
    4444from sys import argv
    4545
     
    4747
    4848# Path for ANUGA
    49 anugapath = get_pathname_from_package('anuga')
     49#anugapath = get_pathname_from_package('anuga')
    5050
    5151# Strip trailing source/anuga of path
    52 basepath = split(split(anugapath)[0])[0]
     52#basepath = split(split(anugapath)[0])[0]
    5353
    5454# Add local path to user_manual
    55 docpath = join(join(basepath, 'documentation'), 'user_manual')
     55#docpath = join(join(basepath, 'documentation'), 'user_manual')
    5656texfiles = ['anuga_user_manual',
    5757            'anuga_installation_guide',
     
    5959            'anuga_internal_tools']
    6060
    61 print 'Moving to', docpath
    62 chdir(docpath) # Move to location of LaTeX files
     61#print 'Moving to', docpath
     62#chdir(docpath) # Move to location of LaTeX files
    6363system('svn update') # Update from svn
    6464
     
    7777for line in fid.readlines():
    7878    if line.startswith('\\release'):
    79         try:
    80             line = '\\release{%s\\_%d}\n' %(major_revision,
    81                                             get_revision_number())
    82         except:
    83             line = '\\release{%s}\n' %(major_revision)
     79        line = '\\release{%s}\n' %(anuga_version)
    8480           
    8581    lines.append(line)
     
    115111
    116112# Clean-up
    117 system('/bin/rm version.tex')
     113#system('/bin/rm version.tex')
    118114system('svn update') # Restore version file
    119115
     
    122118print 'User manual compiled'
    123119
    124 print 'Major revision:', major_revision
     120print 'Anuga version:', anuga_version
    125121print 'Build:', get_revision_number()
    126122system('date')
  • trunk/anuga_core/documentation/user_manual/version.tex

    r7804 r7951  
    77% release version; this is used to define the
    88% \version macro
    9 \release{1.2beta\_6051}
     9\release{1.2.0}
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