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SOURCE CODE AND COMPILING
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LAST EDIT: 9/1/2020

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SOURCE CODE
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GitHub: https://github.com/dr-bill-c/MYSTRAN
For reference, https://www.mystran.com/ also links to the official MYSTRAN GitHub page.
Note that there are other versions of MYSTRAN via NASA links and GitHub, but those are older versions. The official and most recent version is linked above.

For official versions (source code in a Zip file as opposed to GitHub): https://www.mystran.com/forums/showthread.php?tid=39

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COMPILING
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Overall Notes (Compares Options 1, 2, and 3)
https://www.mystran.com/compile/MYSTRAN_...ll_2.0.pdf

Option 1: Code::Blocks + gFortran (Windows Instructions)
https://www.mystran.com/compile/MYSTRAN_...ks_6.1.pdf

Option 2a (New Approach): CMake + gFortran (Widows and Linux)
https://www.mystran.com/compile/MYSTRAN_CMake_1.0.pdf

Option 2b (Prior Approach): CMake + gFortran
https://www.mystran.com/compile/CMake.zip
https://www.mystran.com/forums/showthread.php?tid=38

Option 3: Visual Studio + Intel Fortran
https://www.mystran.com/compile/MYSTRAN_Intel_1.0.pdf
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OLDER DOCUMENTS

Overall Notes (Compares Options 1, 2, and 3)
https://www.mystran.com/compile/MYSTRAN_...verall.pdf

Option 1: Code::Blocks + gFortran (Windows Instructions)
https://www.mystran.com/compile/MYSTRAN_...ks_6.0.pdf
https://www.mystran.com/compile/MYSTRAN_...ks_5.2.pdf
https://www.mystran.com/compile/MYSTRAN_...ks_5.1.pdf

Option 2b (Prior Approach): CMake + gFortran
None

Option 3: Visual Studio + Intel Fortran
None


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