Code of Conduct
If you use data generated by ARTS or Qpack in a scientific publication, then please mention this and cite the most appropriate of the ARTS publications that are summarized on the Documentation page.
The latest stable ARTS version can be checked out through Subversion with the following command:
svn co https://arts.mi.uni-hamburg.de/svn/rt/arts/branches/arts-2.2
Although we recommend to use Subversion to stay up to date with the latest changes, you can download a snapshot of ARTS from http://www.radiativetransfer.org/misc/download/stable/2.2/.
The latest development version can be checked out with:
svn co https://arts.mi.uni-hamburg.de/svn/rt/arts/trunk arts
Although we recommend to use Subversion to stay up to date with the latest changes, you can download a snapshot of ARTS from http://www.radiativetransfer.org/misc/download/trunk/.
To build ARTS you need the following tools:
- cmake (>=2.8.3)
- C/C++ compiler (gcc/g++ >=4.2 recommended, llvm >= 3.1)
To build ARTS use the following commands. A more detailed description can be found in the README file in the ARTS directory:
cd build cmake .. make
After building has finished you can find the ARTS executable in the
src subdirectory inside the
If you have LaTeX installed, the PDF documentation files are located in
Now try running ARTS:
Browsing the Subversion repository
Browsing the SVN tree gives you a great view into the current status of this project's code. You may also view the complete histories of any file in the repository.
This section lists all platforms ARTS has been reported to work on. If you have installed it on a platform or with a compiler not listed here, please send a mail with platform/compiler details to oliver.lemke (at) uni-hamburg.de so we can keep this list up-to-date.
|OS / Architecture||Compiler|
|Linux and Unix(-like) systems||GCC 4.2 and later, LLVM/Clang|
|Mac OS X 10.5 and later||Apple GCC, Apple Clang (requires Xcode)|
- ARTS 2.0
svn co https://arts.mi.uni-hamburg.de/svn/rt/arts/branches/arts-2.0