In order to start using TORQUE, you have to perform the following simple steps:
Step 1. Check System Requirements
Step 2. Download
Step 3. Compiling and running
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TORQUE is written in C++, and needs no special library to compile correctly; earlier versions explicitly required to use the gcc/g++ compiler version 2.96 (or a nearby one - compilation was also successful with gcc/g++ 2.95). However, starting from version 1.1, TORQUE compiles correctly also with gcc/g++ 3.2.2.
As far as memory is concerned, the usual considerations are valid: the more you have, the larger the graphs you can deal with...
Here are the links from which you can download the full source code of TORQUE, including the documentation files. Binary files are also provided, in case you should experience difficulties in compiling the toolkit (binary packages do not include documentation). Unless otherwise needed, compiling source code is always recommended.
Source code & documentation
|March 24th, 2005||TORQUE 1.3.4 source & documentation files (116 KB gzipped tar)||TORQUE 1.3.4 binaries (172 KB gzipped tar)|
|March 23rd, 2005||TORQUE 1.3.3 source & documentation files (116 KB gzipped tar)||TORQUE 1.3.3 binaries (176 KB gzipped tar)|
|October 15th, 2004||TORQUE 1.3.2 source & documentation files (112 KB gzipped tar)||TORQUE 1.3 binaries (172 KB gzipped tar)|
|September 2004||TORQUE 1.3.1 source & documentation files (112 KB gzipped tar)|
|September 2004||TORQUE 1.3 source & documentation files (112 KB gzipped tar)|
|June 2004||TORQUE 1.2 source & documentation files (104 KB gzipped tar)||TORQUE 1.2 binaries (192 KB gzipped tar)|
|June 2004||TORQUE 1.1 source & documentation files (104 KB gzipped tar)||TORQUE 1.1 binaries (192 KB gzipped tar)|
|May 2003||TORQUE 1.0 source & documentation files (104 KB gzipped tar)||TORQUE 1.0 binaries (264 KB gzipped tar)|
In order to compile the tools, you only have to perform a few simple steps:
cdthe directory you extracted the TORQUE sources in.
configscript (that is, type something like
./configand hit Return), which is a very simple script that detects the version of the installed compilers and prepares the proper Makefile for use. This script cannot do much for you if you are using a version of gcc/g++ different from the 2.96 and you do not have gcc/g++ 2.96 installed: in such a case, you will have to change the Makefile by hand, by replacing the values of CC and CXX with proper commands;
makewith no arguments to get a list of all the available targets (essentially, there is one for each of the tools). If you want to compile all the tools with a single command, just type
make alland wait a few seconds.
make lib. This target is only available in versions starting from 1.3. The library will be called libtorque.a.
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