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Installing MercuryDPM

Installation instructions

MercuryDPM can be installed on Linux, Windows and MacOS. Follow the instructions for installing the Trunk version on the MercuryDPM website.

If you have trouble with the installation, check our trouble shooting guide for answers.

Installing an IDE

Once you have installed MercuryDPM, you can use an IDE to comfortably edit, compile and run codes. For academic users, we recommend CLion, as you can get a free academic license for it. For other users, netbeans is recommended.

MercuryDPM mailing list

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