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Make the directory tree ready

An user may want to develop new modules. In this case, he writes its private modules into a local MegaWave2 directory called $MY_MEGAWAVE2. This directory should contain several sub-directories although some of them are optional:

You should only focus on the directories src, doc/src and maybe data (the last one being optional), where you will have to write something. Other directories will be automatically updated by the system.

Subdirectories of these directories will be automatically created when necessary (except groups into src, see Section 1.7 page [*]). But the directories themselves have to be created before the first call to the MegaWave2 compiler. You can make them manually, or you can call the macro mwnewuser.


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