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Platform

The WaTor simulation runs natively under Linux and uses the Qt toolkit. Porting it to other Unix/X11 platforms should be easy, porting to non-X11 platforms should work, too, because WaTor uses Qt for graphics only. (It could be made faster using pure XLib but the code has been disabled because it did no longer work after upgrading from Qt-2 to Qt-3.)

Source Code

As always, I recommend doenloading the source code and compiling it yourself. In case you want to do that, you need a C++ compiler, preferrably the Gnu Compiler Collection (GCC), at least version 3 (version 2.95 may work, too) and the Qt toolkit which from TrollTech is available for free if used non-commercially under Linux (most Linux distros already come with it - install the devel package).

Download this file for WaTor source code:

Source: wator-0.8.tar.gz   [17kb gzipped source tarball]
Version:0.8   (written 2000; update for Qt-3 in Oct 2003)
Author:Wolfgang Wieser   (report bugs here)
License:GNU GPL (Version 2)
Requires:Qt-3

After downloading the source, unpack it and go on with the INSTALL file.

Binary Packages

Of course, it is more convenient to download a binary package. However, since this involves a lot of C++ code, you need a lot of shared libraries using the same (major) version as I do compiled with the same (major) compiler version. This is very unlikely.
OTOH, I will not provide statically linked versions because they would be several MBs in size (and I even do not have a static version of Qt around).


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