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2 INSTRUCTIONS FOR WINDOWS USERS
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5I) How to build
6II) How to clean
7III) Further notes
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9Note: this is a first version, and does not (yet) have
10the full functionality offered for the Linux case.
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13I) How to build
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15
16To build Pythia8 on windows, open a command prompt,
17cd to the location where Pythia has been extracted,
18then type nmake with any of these options :
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20to build in debug mode :
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22 nmake -f Makefile.msc CFG="Win32 Debug"
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24in optimized mode :
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26 nmake -f Makefile.msc CFG="Win32 Release"
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28libPythia8.lib will be located in $PYTHIADIR\lib directory
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31II) How to clean
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34To clean intermediate (obj) files :
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36 nmake -f Makefile.msc clean CFG="Win32 Debug"
37or
38 nmake -f Makefile.msc clean CFG="Win32 Release"
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40To clean all binaries (obj, idb, pdb, ilk, lib and exe) :
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42 nmake -f Makefile.msc distclean CFG="Win32 Debug"
43or
44 nmake -f Makefile.msc distclean CFG="Win32 Release"
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47III) Further notes
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50Some C++ distributions do not implement the error function erf(x).
51Should you encounter such a compilation problem, the PhaseSpace.h
52and SigmaTotal.h files do contain commented-out erf(x) code,
53that then should be uncommented. The approximation used is not
54of high precision, but fully sufficient for the task at hand.
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