HOW TO FIND YOUR SAMPLES:

For this AMI is used - https://ami.in2p3.fr/index.php/en/

get all requests in the search and find your samples, then downside you can press dq2-get and download the file.

cd ../testarea/17.2.7.4.1

asetup 17.2.7.4.1,here,64,slc5

echo $ATLAS_LOCAL_ROOT_BASE

acmd.py cmt new-pkg Tutorial/My_CaloD3PD

> cd Tutorial/MyDPDMaker
> mkdir run

Now, go into the cmt/ directory of your new package:

> cd cmt

In the cmt/ directory, open the requirements file with your favorite editor (emacs, vi, etc.). The requirements file is the cmt way of letting the compiler know what it should do. Since the script that you used above to create this requirements file thinks that you will actually have some c++ code here, you will need to comment two lines in this file (put a # infront of each) since we won't do that:

#library MyDPDMaker .cxx components/.cxx #apply_pattern component_library

Now we will setup the scripts for the package and compile the package, still in the cmt/ directory:

> cmt make

- worked!

> cd ../share
> touch DPD_topOptions.py

This last command simply creates a new empty file.

Now, open this DPD_topOptions.py file with your favorite editor (emacs, vi,...):

> emacs DPD_topOptions.py &

-- OlgaNovgorodova - 28 Mar 2014

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