compiling reax

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08.05.2012, 17:34, "Fomin Yury" <[email protected]>:

It looks nonsence! But - from the latest distribution:

-bash-3.00$ cd lib/
-bash-3.00$ ls
atc awpmd cuda gpu kim linalg meam poems README reax
-bash-3.00$ more README
This directory contains libraries that can be linked with when
building LAMMPS, if particular packages are included in a LAMMPS
build. The library itself must be built first, so that a lib*.a file
exists for LAMMPS to link against.

Each library directory contains a README with additional info about
how to build the library. This may require you to edit one of the
provided Makefiles to make it suitable for your machine.

The libraries included in the LAMMPS distribution are the following:

atc atomistic-to-continuum methods, USER-ATC package
from Reese Jones, Jeremy Templeton, Jon Zimmerman (Sandia)
awpmd antisymmetrized wave packet molecular dynamics, AWPMD package
from Ilya Valuev (JIHT RAS)
cuda NVIDIA GPU routines, USER-CUDA package
from Christian Trott (U Tech Ilmenau)
gpu graphical processor (GPU) routines, GPU package
from Mike Brown (ORNL)
kim interface to link with OpenKIM library
from Valeriu Smirichinski, www.openkim.org
linalg set of BLAS and LAPACK routines needed by USER-ATC package
from Axel Kohlmeyer (Temple U)
poems POEMS rigid-body integration package, POEMS package
from Rudranarayan Mukherjee (RPI)
meam modified embedded atom method (MEAM) potential, MEAM package
from Greg Wagner (Sandia)
reax ReaxFF potential, REAX package
from Adri van Duin (Penn State) and Aidan Thompson (Sandia)

I don't find reax/c here! I see folder REAX in the src folder and it contains some c files. Is it reax/c? This case how to make it?

Regards,
Yury

no. *this* is nonsense. you didn't read the installation instructions!
reax/c is a user package and doesn't need a library, like i showed
you from the tar file that i had downloaded from the sandia website
just minutes ago. reax/c is bundled and available and you just need
to install the package. it is all documented.

PEBCAC,

    axel.

The pair_style reax/c command is in
the USER-REAXC package.

Steve