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For ALPS code development you should access the most recent version via SVN (subversion). Go to [[ALPS2.0:GettingStarted ALPS 2.0:Getting Started]] to get started. If you have never used SVN before, try [[ALPS subversion for dummies]] for a quick introduction.
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For ALPS code development you should access the most recent version via SVN (subversion). Go to [[ALPS2.0:GettingStarted|ALPS 2.0:Getting Started]] to get started. If you have never used SVN before, try [[ALPS subversion for dummies]] for a quick introduction.
  
 
The [http://alps.comp-phys.org/bugzilla/ Bugzilla] is now online and ready to use. You  have to [http://alps.comp-phys.org/bugzilla/createaccount.cgi create an account] before you can [http://alps.comp-phys.org/bugzilla/enter_bug.cgi file bugs].
 
The [http://alps.comp-phys.org/bugzilla/ Bugzilla] is now online and ready to use. You  have to [http://alps.comp-phys.org/bugzilla/createaccount.cgi create an account] before you can [http://alps.comp-phys.org/bugzilla/enter_bug.cgi file bugs].

Revision as of 20:25, 1 August 2007


These pages are meant to discuss the (future) layout of the ALPS libraries and applications. This is also the place to address any questions you encounter while developing code for the ALPS project.

Code development

For ALPS code development you should access the most recent version via SVN (subversion). Go to ALPS 2.0:Getting Started to get started. If you have never used SVN before, try ALPS subversion for dummies for a quick introduction.

The Bugzilla is now online and ready to use. You have to create an account before you can file bugs.

The ALPS_Tinderbox is disabled for the time being.

There's minimal documentation for the ALPS server

Developer workshops

The latest developer workshop took place on July 1-2 2006 in Lausanne.

Please go to the Developer Workshop pages for further details.

Developer mailing list

The most active mailing list which we currently maintain is the developers mailling list. This mailing list is our vehicle for general discussion on ALPS library conmponents and their development:

  • Developer mailing list
comp-phys-alps-devel@list.comp-phys.org


Future tutorials

Following a brainstorming session at a recent developer's workshop we have compiled a list of future tutorials.