Software and tools
Prerequisites for Compiling and Running GiBUU
- Supported operating systems:
- Supported compilers:
- Unsupported compilers:
- g95 0.93 fails to compile EventOutputFile.f90 (missing support for type-bound procedures)
- Absoft v11.1.3 fails to compile bzip.f90
- NAG v6.1 currently fails to compile Pythia and Jetset (with double precision)
- Lahey v8.1 is not supported due to missing Fortran 2003 features (GET_ENVIRONMENT_VARIABLE, ISO_C_BINDING, ...)
- flang-11+ (i.e. the f18 compiler, relabled again as 'flang')
- nvfortran <= v22.2 fails to compile pyevnw.f
- The Build process is steered via GNU make.
- Automated Makefile dependencies are generated via one of the following methods:
- The code is managed and distributed through the Subversion version control system.
- External libraries: (see below)
Libraries used in GiBUU
The code uses some external libraries, which are used in the usual compile and linking procedure.
used for reading compressed input files. For details see this page.
- libLHAPDF v5 (optional)
This is optional in connection with Pythia. For details see this page.
In addition, some libraries are used by (partly) including the source code into the GiBUU source code tree.
- Numerical libraries
- Acceptance filters
- Other physics codes
- Statistical multifragmentation model (SMM) by A. Botvina et al., cf. Phys. Rept. 257 (1995) 133-221
- Statistical annihilation model by I.A. Pshenichnov et al., cf. Nucl. Phys. A 537 (1992) 393-417
- Delta em. transition form factor code by G. Ramalho, cf. Phys. Rev. D 85 (2012) 113014
- Relativistic Nuclear Mean Field (qhd-2) (Relativistic Thomas-Fermi Approximation) by H. Lenske (ERTF1_2, Revised: June 03, 2003)
- Argonne v18 and vn' and Super-Soft Core (C) potential package, R. B. Wiringa et al., Phys.Rev. C 51 (1995) 38-51
ROBODoc is used for generating automatic code documentation.
Note: An enhanced version with some bugfixes is available on GitHub.