How do I use the HWT on HPCVL computers?

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The HPCVL Working Template is installed on HPCVL machines in the /opt/hwt directory. Access is simple. To run the HWT it might be useful to include the install directory in the $PATH variable, although this is not required:

setenv PATH $PATH":/op/hwt" (for csh)
PATH=$PATH":/opt/hwt"; export PATH (for ksh, bsh, bash)

The WT may be used simply by executing the main script, /opt/hwt/hwt, or if the$PATH variable is set as above, simply type hwt.

Note that this is only the initial run of the WT, and will create a number of other script files in the current working directory. These may then be used for specific tasks. How this is done will be discussed in more detail in the following.
The initial run of hwt generates a script called call.hwt. This script can be used for subsequent calls of the HWT without the need for spelling out the hwt root directory, or to set the $PATH variable. Whenever a source file was modified, or other changes were made, call.hwt will regenerate all files if necessary, and back up the original ones.