Commit 76cbd144 authored by Fabio Hernandez's avatar Fabio Hernandez
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Publish lsst-v11.0

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...@@ -18,15 +18,15 @@ First, you need to instruct EUPS to use a database on your `$HOME` directory, in ...@@ -18,15 +18,15 @@ First, you need to instruct EUPS to use a database on your `$HOME` directory, in
export EUPS_PATH=$HOME/eups export EUPS_PATH=$HOME/eups
``` ```
* Each time you want to work with a particular version of the stack source its bootstrap script. For instance, for working with version `10.1` on a Linux machine do: * Each time you want to work with a particular version of the stack source its bootstrap script. For instance, for working with version `11.0` on a Linux machine do:
```bash ```bash
$ source /cvmfs/lsst.in2p3.fr/software/linux-x86_64/lsst-v10.1/loadLSST.bash $ source /cvmfs/lsst.in2p3.fr/software/linux-x86_64/lsst-v11.0/loadLSST.bash
``` ```
Please note that there are versions of the `loadLSST.*` bootstrap script to be used with other shell flavors (such as CSH, ZSH and KSH). Look in the same directory to see what is available for your version of interest. You may want to add this line to your shell profile so your environment is set for every session. Please note that there are versions of the `loadLSST.*` bootstrap script to be used with other shell flavors (such as CSH, ZSH and KSH). Look in the same directory to see what is available for your version of interest. You may want to add this line to your shell profile so your environment is set for every session.
After bootstraping your LSST environment, the value of the `$EUPS_PATH` variable will be modified to contain both your own path (i.e. `$HOME/eups`) and the path of the binary distribution (i.e. `/cvmfs/lsst.in2p3.fr/software/linux-x86_64/lsst-v10.1`). After bootstraping your LSST environment, the value of the `$EUPS_PATH` variable will be modified to contain both your own path (i.e. `$HOME/eups`) and the path of the binary distribution (i.e. `/cvmfs/lsst.in2p3.fr/software/linux-x86_64/lsst-v11.0`).
Once your environment is ready, you can start developing against the stack. Let's say you want to improve one of the packages of the stack, namely, `obs_cfht`, and your work is kept on a particular branch. You need first to checkout the relevant branch and instruct EUPS to use that package: Once your environment is ready, you can start developing against the stack. Let's say you want to improve one of the packages of the stack, namely, `obs_cfht`, and your work is kept on a particular branch. You need first to checkout the relevant branch and instruct EUPS to use that package:
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Now you are ready to use the stack. See next section. Now you are ready to use the stack. See next section.
# Usage # Usage
In order to use the LSST software stack, you need to bootstrap your environment for a specific version of the LSST software for which a binary distribution is available. For instance, to use LSST `v10.1` on a Linux machine do: In order to use the LSST software stack, you need to bootstrap your environment for a specific version of the LSST software for which a binary distribution is available. For instance, to use LSST `v11.0` on a Linux machine do:
$ cd /cvmfs/lsst.in2p3.fr/software/linux-x86_64/lsst-v10.1 $ cd /cvmfs/lsst.in2p3.fr/software/linux-x86_64/lsst-v11.0
$ source loadLSST.bash $ source loadLSST.bash
Note that you don't need super-user privileges to use this distribution of the LSST software. You may want to test your installation by [running the LSST demo](https://confluence.lsstcorp.org/display/LSWUG/Testing+the+Installation). Note that you don't need super-user privileges to use this distribution of the LSST software. You may want to test your installation by [running the LSST demo](https://confluence.lsstcorp.org/display/LSWUG/Testing+the+Installation).
...@@ -111,8 +111,8 @@ Currently you will find the releases presented in the table below: ...@@ -111,8 +111,8 @@ Currently you will find the releases presented in the table below:
| Platform | Available versions of LSST software | | Platform | Available versions of LSST software |
| --------------------- | --------------------- | | --------------------- | --------------------- |
| Linux, x86_64, 64bits | `v9.2`, `v10.1-rc3`, `v10.1` | | Linux, x86_64, 64bits | `v9.2`, `v10.1`, `v11.0` |
| Darwin, x86_64, 64bits | `v10.1-rc3`, `v10.1` | | Darwin, x86_64, 64bits | `v10.1`, `v11.0` |
For details on the platform each binary release was built on please refer to the `README` file in the corresponding directory. For details on the platform each binary release was built on please refer to the `README` file in the corresponding directory.
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