Commit 8695bfbf authored by Steffen Vogel's avatar Steffen Vogel 🎅🏼
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update build documenation to include submodules

parent 9b5cd637
......@@ -18,7 +18,8 @@ Setuptools
Using setuptools is most likely the easiest way to install DPsim on your system.::
$ cd DPsim
$ git clone --recursive git@git.rwth-aachen.de:acs/core/simulation/dpsim.git
$ cd dpsim
# python3 ./setup.py install
CMake
......@@ -56,18 +57,23 @@ CMake
villas-node-devel \
libcimpp16v29a
2. Generate a makefile with CMake and use it to build the project::
2. Fetch sources::
$ git clone --recursive git@git.rwth-aachen.de:acs/core/simulation/dpsim.git
$ cd dpsim
3. Generate a Makefile with CMake and use it to build the project::
$ mkdir build
$ cd build
$ cmake ..
$ make
3. Test your build by running the Jupyter notebooks:::
4. Test your build by running the Jupyter notebooks:::
$ make jupyter
4. Install the generated Python module to your system:::
5. Install the generated Python module to your system:::
# make install
......@@ -77,7 +83,7 @@ Visual Studio
**This method is not recommended. Please use CMake or Python setuptools instead.**
Prerequisites
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First, install Visual Studio 2017 and the C++ Desktop development package.
Then, you can choose to either use the prepared Visual Studio project or generate the project files on your own using CMake.
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