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Error not finding delpar.exe - D-PART
Hi! I'm trying to run a oil spill in PART module, but it keeps giving me the message of error sayig that it can't find de delpar.exe.
I downloaded for my repository folder the 5425 tag file, and I copied the Part package from there to Delft main folder, but still nothing (I don't know if I need to compile thos files, and how I do this)
I also found here in forum the part_gui.zip from Michel Jeuken, but don't worked either.
I don't know what to do, someone can help me, please?!
Ps: Attached have all informations of my Delft, Files at PART module it were the original files that I had in PART folder and PART files shows the files that I downloaded from the tag 5425.
This is probably due to the fact that you have built the executable programs yet. If you obtain the Delft3D modules via the open source repository, that is what you are supposed to do.
That is odd, as omp_lib.h is part of the Intel Fortran compiler. We use the configuration you describe all the time and cannot remember having seen such messages.
Possible solutions or diagnostic steps:
- The error messages seem to be related, at least in part, to the compiler directives in this source file. Check that the /fpp option is on.
- Is DELPAR The first module you are building? Try building another module. Does that work?
- Make sure you are using the "64 bits" build configuration. We have dropped support for 32-bits, so it may be that you are hitting discrepancies between the various build options used for the configurations. (I have recently built a 32-bits version of D-Water Quality/DELWAQ without seeing such problems, so you may simply be unlucky that there is a discrepancy for DELPAR.)
- Are you building on Windows 10? Although I use that platform too, there seems to be a chance of problems - I have no specifics, but we should not exclude this beforehand
- It might be that there is something wrong with the installation of Visual Studio and/or Intel Fortran. That is a long shot, but try to reinstall the two: first VS, then Intel Fortran.
Yeah, I tried it all but still doesn't work.
I'm pretty much givin up and using other model.
But thanks anyway!
I am sorry to hear that - can you at least enlighten us with the error messages you get?
In Visual Studio it keeps the same error I mentioned before, but in Delft3D, it could not find the folder. As I'm out of time in my master's degree, I asked a friend if he has the delpar.exe file. And the part of Delft3D, it was only because in the module folder PART, it only had a bin32 folder, but was looking for a bin folder. Thank you for your time and attention, but on this subject everything is fine here now!