LifeV is now available for download on GitHub: https://github.com/lifev/lifev. From now on this will be the only public distribution method and you are advised to either make a Git clone of this repository or download the repository as a Zip file (functionality provided by GitHub). The current version of LifeV is 3.4.3.
New resources for users can be found on the LifeV project website: http://cmcsforge.epfl.ch/projects/lifev. Please visit and use the project website, which contains a Wiki and use the Issue tracker for reporting bugs and making feature requests.
The doxygen reference for the library (generated nightly) is available at: http://cmcsforge.epfl.ch/doxygen/lifev.
We hope that you will find these changes and new resources useful!
The 2.2.1 release is a minor bugfix which addresses the problem of missing CMake scripts in the 2.2.0 release. Tarballs are available now in the Downloads section.
Please let us know of any other possible issues.
The documentation section of the website now includes a link to the doxygen API documentation for LifeV 2.2.0.
Let us know if there are issues.
The newest release of the LifeV library is out, so come get it while it's hot!
Here's the Gzip for the old school types:
Or the Bzip2 for the bandwidth conservative ones:
This new release brings some changes and additions:
* A monolithic solver for fully coupled FSI problems, a 1D model and solver, an experimental 0D solver, to mention just a few. In addition, it comes with a plethora of bugfixes and enhancements to enrich your LifeV experience!
* This will be the last release of the 2.X.X series. It will be followed by the 3.X.X series which will be the first to offer a new modular structure of the library, allowing you to enable and disable individual components at will.
* You can configure the library either with the traditional configure && make && make install approach, or with CMake. The CMake scripts, while already fully functional, will receive a facelift before the next release and we will work to improve their features and robustness as they will become the prefered method to configure LifeV, while the autotools scripts will become deprecated. For now, you should check README_CMake in the root folder of the distribution for instructions
on how to use the CMake scripts.
As usual, please come to firstname.lastname@example.org with any suggestions, feedback or should you encounter any problems. The developers of LifeV are there to help! We also encourage registered users of LifeV to use the mailing list as a place to share experiences and discuss.
We hope you will find this release useful and get some good science out of it!
Recent modifications-fixes to the website include:
* the update of the pictures and movies on the gallery section;
* the creation of a public calendar where any information of interest for the users will be published;
* the creation of a page with bibliographic references;
* the upload of a page in the documentation section with the installation instructions on GNU-Linux (Ubuntu);
* the upload of the doxygen documentation for the current release (2.0.0) and for the previous one (1.2.0) on the documentation section.
We are glad to announce that the 1.2.0 release of LifeV-serial has come out! Tarballs have been published on lifev.org.
You may find a list of features in the attached ChangeLog.
The LifeV developers
Visit the gallery section for a slideshow of pictures from simulations made with LifeV!
Welcome to the new website of the LifeV project. We are currently moving the content from the old website, so some things are missing, for now.
We hope to have things shaping up soon, so the address www.lifev.org will be pointing to this website.
Currently the following sections are online:
We hope you enjoy using LifeV!
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