**This package is deprecated and will not be maintained anymore because all use cases are covered by the DifferentialEquations.jl ecosystem.**

Dopri.jl is a Julia wrapper for the DOPRI5 and DOP853 integrators by Ernst Hairer.

Dopri.jl can then be installed through Julia's package manager.
On Linux and macOS you need to have either **Gfortran** or the **Intel Fortran Compiler** installed to be able to build the binary dependencies.

`Pkg.add("Dopri")`

The API is modelled after that of ODE.jl.

```
tout, yout = dopri5(F!, y0, tspan; keywords...)
tout, yout = dop853(F!, y0, tspan; keywords...)
```

The only differences are the mutating user function `F!`

(see below) and a few additional keyword arguments.

The following keyword arguments are supported:

`atol`

: Vector of absolute tolerances. Default:`sqrt(eps())`

.`rtol`

: Vector of realtive tolerances. Default:`1e-6`

.`points`

`= :all`

: Output is given for each value in`tspan`

and all intermediate solver steps.`= :specified`

: Output is given for each value in`tspan`

.`= :last`

: Output is given for the final step only.

`solout`

: User function that is called after every successfull integration step (see below).`dense`

: Vector of indices for which dense output shall be performed. Default: Dense output is provided for all components. Is also set automatically for`points=:specified`

and`points=:all`

.`verbose`

: Print messages from`DOPRI5`

and`DOP853`

. Default:`false`

.

`F!(f, t, y) = ...`

`f`

:`f=dy/dt`

`t`

: Current step.`y`

: Current state vector.

`solout!(told, t, y, contd) = ... return dopricode[:nominal]`

If the user supplies a `solout`

function, it will be called after every successful integration step. Within `solout`

the `contd`

function can be used to approximate state vector components between the current and the preceding integration step via dense output.

`told`

: Last step.`t`

: Current step.`y`

: Current state vector.`contd`

:`yi = contd(i, t1)`

Get dense output`yi`

for component`i`

at`t1`

with`told < t1 < t`

.

`solout`

must return one of the following return codes:

`dopricode[:nominal]`

: If the integration shall continue nominally.`dopricode[:altered]`

: If numerical solution was altered in`solout`

.`dopricode[:abort]`

: If the integration shall be stopped.

A closure can be used to pass additional parameters to the user functions, e.g.:

```
parameter = pi
tout, yout = dop853((f, t, y) -> F!(f, t, y, parameter), y0, tspan)
```