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Release 4.15.0; simplify release notes to point to self-contained repository.
== Useful Wiki Pages ==
* The [[RAREMETALWORKER | '''RAREMETALWORKER documentation''']]
* The [[RAREMETAL_Documentation | '''RAREMETAL documentation''']]
* The [[RAREMETAL FAQ | '''FAQ''']]
Where to Download ==
[[Media:MINGW_raremetal.0.4.9.tgz |''' for Windows/MinGW''' ]] For binary executables, we only distribute the one for Linux. For the other platforms, we recommend you build from source code that can be downloaded from above. * The binary of RAREMETALWORKER to run on Linux can also be downloaded here: [[Media: RMW.binary.0.4.9.tgz|''' RAREMETALWORKER BINARY for Linux''']] == How to Compile == * gfortran is necessary to build RAREMETAL. If your system does not have it yet, please go to [http://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/GFortranBinaries '''GNU gfortran'''] for download. * If you choose to build from the source files, you could start from decompress the package using the following command: prompt> tar xvf LINUX_raremetal.0.4. 9. tgz prompt> cd raremetal_0.4.9 * If you prefer to build two tools all at once, then do the following: prompt> cd raremetal prompt> make #This builds RAREMETAL and RAREMETALWORKER under bin/ directory . * If you prefer to build individual tool: prompt> cd raremetal/raremetalworker/src prompt> make #This will build RAREMETALWORKER under raremetal/bin/ directory. prompt> cd raremetal/raremetal/src prompt> make #This will build RAREMETAL under raremetal/ bin/ directory. * If your compiler is adaptable to openmp (parallel computing), then use the following to build RAREMETALWORKER that allows parallel computing. For more about openmp, please refer to [http://openmp.org/wp/openmp-compilers/ openMP]. prompt> cd raremetal/raremetalworker/src prompt> make openmp #This will build RAREMETALWORKER under raremetal/bin/ directory. * If you prefer to use the binary file downloaded above, then no compiling is needed, but it is not guaranteed to work due to system and library requirements. ==FAQ== For compiling questions, please go to [http://genome.sph.umich.edu/wiki/RAREMETAL_FAQ ''' FAQ'''] for more information.