[gmx-users] Location of files under Cygwin
Mark.Abraham at anu.edu.au
Fri Apr 20 02:02:38 CEST 2007
>> Source files aren't installed anywhere by default, they get left where
>> they are. Thus it seems your installation directory was cleaned away, if
>> your search was complete.
> Thank you for the response. That seems to be the case. If I were to
> re-install Gromacs again, what should I do so that the installation directory
> and hence source files are not cleaned away? Last time I followed the
> instructions from the post: [gmx-users] HOWTO for installing non-MPI
> gromacs-3.3.1 on cygwin.
> What additional would I need to do to keep the source files?
You'd need to not clean them away. That HOWTO I wrote is silent about
what to do with your installation directory that includes the source.
You may as well leave it (having possibly done "make clean" to get rid
of useless object files, unless you're planning rebuilds). Or you can
unpack the source again and put it anywhere that strikes your fancy.
There's not many rules for Cygwin, especially not for things that don't
have to interact with anything else, such as a passive source distribution.
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