To download the code, you have to clone the DPOLSIMUL.git GIT repository:
1/ sign in on this platform (if needed ask an account to firstname.lastname@example.org)
2/ send your public SSH key (file id_rsa.pub in ~/.ssh) to email@example.com, specifying the read-only or read-write access intended
If you don't already have a ssh key, create one using:
ssh-keygen -t rsa
3/ ask firstname.lastname@example.org to add you in the project members (reader or developper)
git clone ssh://email@example.com:/data/git/DPOLSIMUL.git
git clone ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org:/data/git/DPOLSIMUL.git
Important : the git commands do not work with Meteo France VPN ! to use git clone, you have to deactivate the vpn connection if you work from home.
To retrieve the last modifications:
git pull origin master
To send your modifications (if you are a developer and after doing a local commit):
git push origin master
The detailed working steps of the T-matrix code together with the possible choices about the hydrometeor microphysical characteristics are detailed in the attached TmatrixDocumentation.pdf file (see "Files" (1) in the bottom of this page).
Once you have downloaded the git project DPOLSIMUL.git, you can also access the documentation latex and pdf files in the directory DPOLSIMUL/TmatrixDocumentation.
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