Thanks Luca, Will checkout the remote extension of VS Code. I think I may have used it in past to work remotely on our cluster but never inside a container. Thanks again both Daniel and Luca! Hoping to pick up dealii in the coming months Best, Bhavesh On Sunday, 28 June 2020 01:43:51
If you want to develop using an ide, you could use visual studio code, with the remote development extension. This allows you to compile inside the docker as if it was a local compiler (including code completion, and debugging facilities): https://code.visualstudio.com/docs/remote/containers
Hi Luca, Thanks a lot for the reply! After a fresh pull of the container (with vim installed) and changing CMakeLists.txt accordingly, everything works like charm Best, Bhavesh On Saturday, 27 June 2020 01:58:07 UTC-5, Luca Heltai wrote: > > Are you using an example from deal.II master?
Are you using an example from deal.II master? If this is the case, the example looks for 9.3pre but the image we provide only has 9.1 installed. Try inspecting the CMakeList.txt to see which version is being looked for, and try changing to 9.1. Luca > Il giorno 27 giu 2020, alle ore 06:58,
Hi Daniel, Thanks for your reply. So the error above was pretty obvious So I was going to update this after today's try. I did see (after posting this) yesterday that I could see /usr/includ/deal.II the directories therein. Also I sourced `.bashrc` in /home/dealii, which I thought would
Bhavesh, It's hard to tell if there is something going wrong and if so what it is from just the information you provided. If you inspect your container can you find the deal.II library, i.e. the include files and the shared library? If so, how did you try to invoke CMake when trying to build