It is never to late for testing. If you would like to help in testing, most important is to test if something with CalculiX it not working as expected. Z88 binary is not needed at all for this.Jee-Bee wrote:is Z88 needed i don't have that installed. if not maybe i have some time… otherwise i probably latebernd wrote:Development is done for all CalculiX related changes.
https://github.com/berndhahnebach/FreeC ... 88analysis
If you would like to try the z88 solver you need the z88r binary for your system. You can download the binary from https://github.com/LSCAD/Z88OS/tree/master/bin. Just copy the binary somewhere and set the path in preferences of FEM module. But take into account far less is supported at the moment compared to CalculiX.
BTW Jee-Bee: the hexahedrons are included as well !