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       AdunCore - core module of the Adun molecular simulator


       AdunCore [OPTIONS]


       This manual page documents briefly the AdunCore command.

       AdunCore  is  the  core  module of the Adun molecular simulator.  It is
       launched automatically from the  UL  GUI  but  can  be  used  from  the
       GNU/Linux  console  as  well.  Options to AdunCore must be specified as
       value pairs in the form ‘-Option Value’.   The  following  options  are

              A  valid  Adun  template.   This  is  the  only  option  that is

              A  dictionary  in  plist  format.   Its  contents   extend   the
              externalObjects section of the template.  If there are duplicate
              keys this dictionary takes precedence.

              Directory  where  simulation  data  directory  will  be  stored.
              (Default value: SimulationOutput)

              Directory where controller data will be stored.  (Default value:

              If YES log files are created.  If NO  they  are  not.   (Default
              value: YES)

              File  where the program output will be written.  (Default value:

              File  where  program  errors  and  warnings  will  be   written.
              (Default value: AdunCore.errors)

              If  YES  the  log  files  will be moved to the simulation output
              directory. (Default value: YES)

              If YES the simulation loop is spawned as a separate thread.  The
              main  thread  then  enters  a  run  loop  and can serve external
              requests.  If NO then  interaction  is  not  possible  with  the
              simulation.  (Default value: NO)

              If  YES  the  simulation  registers  its  existance with a local
              AdServer daemon.  This allows the simulation to  be  viewed  and
              controlled from the Adun GUI.  (Default value: NO)


       UL(1), AdunServer(1), GNUstep(7).


       AdunServer was written by Michael A. Johnston, I. F. Galvn, Jordi Vill-
       Freixa, Alexander V. Diemand.

       This manual page was written by Yavor Doganov <>  for  the
       Debian project (but may be used by others).

                               January 19, 2008