This file includes the list of changes in IDC with respect to the previous version.
This file includes the executable files for IDC-2015.0.42 compiled for both 32 bit and 64 bit OS. When unzipped, the files will be restored into predefined directories, namely IDC, Budget and Z-Budget. These executables are created by Intel Visual Fortran XE 2017 Update 4 compiler. IDC2015.exe (IDC2015_x64.exe for 64 bit OS) is the executable for IDC, Budget2015.exe and ZBudget2015.exe (Budget2015_x64.exe and ZBudget2015_x64 for 64 bit OS) are the tools to post-process IDC output. Executables with "D" extension (e.g. "IDC2015_D.exe") are in debug mode. It is recommended that the executables in debug mode are used when building a model from scratch. Once the model is built and debugged, the executables in release mode (e.g. "IDC2015.exe") can be used for production.
Templates for Input Files
This file includes the templates for input files that are necessary to run IDC and the post-processor tool, Budget. When unzipped, these files will be restored into predefined directories, namely IDC and Budget. Template files for IDC_DLL are the same as those for IDC.
This file contains the Fortran source code for IDC-2015 and a set of files that are required to create IDC, Budget and Z-Budget executables. The source code is generated to be compiled by Intel Visual Fortran XE 2017 Update 4 compiler. There are many source files and complex dependencies between these files. To help the user in building the executables, Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 solution and project files are also included with the source code. These files will be saved under the BuildAll folder. BuildAll.sln file under this folder can be opened from Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 and all IDC executables can be rebuild.
This file contains the IDC input and output files for a sample model along with supporting GIS files. The sample problem utilizes several input data files in HEC-DSS database format to demostrate the usage of the DSS files. To view the contents of these files HEC-DSSVue, a free utility program developed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, is required.