Prototype, pre-alpha release of OOMMF 1.2

Below are links to the prototype OOMMF 1.2 code, including the extensible OXS 3D solver oxsolve, which was demonstrated at the OOMMF Workshop. There is no documentation other than what can be gleaned from the workshop viewgraphs. The input file format, MIF 2.0, is completely different from that used by the 2D solver. There are some sample MIF 2.0 files in the directory oommf/app/oxs/examples. If you have problems and/or questions, you may write to me, or wait for the first OOMMF 1.2 alpha release, which we hope to have ready by the end of September.

Note 1: The pre-built Windows binary is for Tcl/Tk 8.3.x only.
Note 2: There is a bug in this pre-alpha release that prevents the OXSolve control window from being displayed if the oommf directory is installed anywhere below a directory containing a space in its name. For example, do not install this release under "Program Files".
Note 3 (Threaded Tcl/Tk): OOMMF does not support thread enabled builds of Tcl/Tk. If you are running Tcl/Tk 8.3.0 or later, you can check if your build is thread enabled by starting a tclsh shell, and issuing the command "parray tcl_platform" at the prompt. If you get a "tcl_platform(threaded) = 1" line, then your build is thread enabled and OOMMF might not work properly.

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