Welcome to the GMAT project! This page contains resources that may be helpful to you as a new project member.
First, you should download GMAT and start using it.
samplesfolder in your GMAT installation.
You need the following accounts to get started:
If you have an official relationship with NASA (employee, intern, contractor, etc.), you can also get the following accounts:
Sign up for the following mailing lists:
Here are some applications you will probably need to install the following software to work with the code. Check out the explanation for column to determine if you need the application or not.
|Matlab 2016a 64 bit||For building the MATLAB interface plugin and the fmincon plugin|
MS Visual Studio C++ 2013 Community
|For compiling GMAT|
|MinGW||For building the user guide including pdf and html help|
|Git and Git Client||For obtaining the GMAT source code|
SVN and SVN Client
|For obtaining the GMAT regression test system|
|Cmake||For compiling GMAT|
|DoxyGen||For creating code documentation|
|Python 3.4 (64 bit)||For building the Python interface plugin|
|XMLMind||For editing user documentation|
You'll need to check out all of the following repositories that apply to you:
Coding style guide
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