Re: [gembud] Greetings

Not only binaries, but a binary for intel based macs as well. Many of my
programs like fortran and motif and such are located in non-traditional
locations...and I am unclear which files need to be edited in order to make
it work. I've been trying...get there, but still all kinds of errors (like
no map backgrounds).
Why have we been forsaken? I wonder if AWIPS2 has got everyone in a fuss. I
bet GEMPAK stops being supported, if it already hasn't.

REJ



On Mon, Aug 3, 2009 at 4:11 PM, Mark Laufersweiler <laufers@xxxxxx> wrote:

> That does bring up an interesting point. Are there going to be binary
> distributions of 5.11.4?
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> On Aug 3, 2009, at 3:54 PM, Kevin Lux wrote:
>
>  Why doesn't gempak come with all the graphics crap it needs to begin with
>> and save people this kind of headache?  What's a few more megabytes?
>>
>> Kevin
>>
>>
>> On Mon, Aug 3, 2009 at 3:18 PM, ryan jewell <rjewell@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> wrote:
>> Well, I got it somewhat working...but when I load NMAP or NWX, all I see
>> are LAT/LON lines, NO MAP BACKGROUNDS.  Further, when I try to modify the
>> map background, the program ends with a segmentation fault and a whole slew
>> of errors for characters:
>>
>>  "Warning:
>>    Name: text
>>    Class: XmTextField
>>    Character '\61' not supported in font.  Discarded."
>>
>> Anyone have any idea what the GUI's are missing?  Make and install
>> attached.
>>
>> Ryan
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> On Mon, Aug 3, 2009 at 1:12 PM, ryan jewell <rjewell@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> wrote:
>> I've got a 6 mb make.out file but still no gui applications.  I got rid of
>> the "libXm.a" error by modifying all of these files:
>>
>> Makeinc.common
>> Makeinc.darwin, .darwin.mort, .darwin.sav, .darwin.sid.
>>
>> I changed MOTIFINC to =/usr/OpenMotif/include
>> I changed MOTIFLIBS to =/usr/OpenMotif/lib/libXm.a
>> I changed GUILIBS to = /usr/OpenMotif/lib/libXm.a
>>
>> That got ride of the libXm.a errors, but I still have other errors like:
>>
>> g77: /usr/X11R6/lib/libXpm.a: No such file or directory
>>
>> I checked, and my libXpm.a file is actually called "libXpm.la"
>>  Are these the same files?  Seems like I"m getting deeper into a mess
>> modifying more and more files. Where is the "chosen one" who knows all? :-)
>>
>> Ryan
>>
>>
>> On Mon, Aug 3, 2009 at 1:09 AM, ryan jewell <rjewell@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> wrote:
>> Ok...upon looking at my "install.out' file, I am finding that any program
>> with a GUI was not made.  So it says for NMAP2, the key is:
>>
>> g77: /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/openmotif/darwin/lib/libXm.a: No such file
>> or directory
>> make[5]: *** [nmap2] Error 1
>>
>> Looks like somewhere along the line, SOMETHING is supposed to create an
>> /openmotif/ directory, but I do not have one.  That is where I will stop
>> tonight. Maybe a leprechaun  will leave me with the answer tomorrow. Full
>> error below.
>>
>> Ryan
>>
>>
>>
>> -n installing in
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/gempak/source/programs/gui/nmap2
>> /usr/bin/gcc-4.0 -fno-common -DUNDERSCORE -DDarwin
>> -I/Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/gempak/include
>> -I/Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/include
>> -I/Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/gempak/include
>> -I/Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/include/Darwin -I/usr/X11R6/include
>> -I/Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/openmotif/darwin/include -O  -I/usr/X11R6/include
>> -I/Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/openmotif/darwin/include
>> -I/Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/extlibs/AODT -c nmap.c
>> /usr/bin/g77 -fno-second-underscore
>> -I/Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/gempak/include
>> -I/Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/include -O    -o nmap2  \
>> nmap.o \
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/nmap2.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/ginitp_alt.o
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/gendp_alt.o
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/nmaplib.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/nmap2.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/Nxmlib.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/sfmap.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/snmap.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/gdplot2.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/gdmap.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/gdstream.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/grphgd.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/gdcfil.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/oabsfc.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/libAODT_v64.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/libAODT_v72.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/gemlib.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/cgemlib.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/textlib.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/gplt.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/device.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/xwp.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/xw.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/ps.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/gn.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/gemlib.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/cgemlib.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/libgpc.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/libnetcdf.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/libjasper.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/libpng.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/libmel_bufr.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/libxslt.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/libxml2.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/libz.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/rsl.a
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/libbz2.a  \
>> /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/openmotif/darwin/lib/libXm.a -L/usr/X11R6/lib
>> -lXt -lX11 -lXmu -lSM -lICE -lXp -lXext -liconv -lm
>> g77: /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/openmotif/darwin/lib/libXm.a: No such file
>> or directory
>> make[5]: *** [nmap2] Error 1
>>
>>
>> On Mon, Aug 3, 2009 at 12:59 AM, ryan jewell <rjewell@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> wrote:
>> Just figured installed openmotif...made symbolic link to it in the
>> "traditional (as they call it) directory" /usr/X11R6/include/Xm.
>>
>> Now....time to compile. Hmm, it stopped. Is it supposed to go back to a
>> command prompt if it works right?
>>
>> Finished make/install/clean.  To my surprise, my $GEMEXE dir is actually
>> full of programs.  HOWEVER...I do not see ANY of the main one's I like to
>> use!  I have no NMAP2, no NWX, no NSHARP.   Anyone have any idea what is
>> going on here??
>>
>> Ryan
>>
>>
>>
>> On Mon, Aug 3, 2009 at 12:26 AM, ryan jewell <rjewell@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> wrote:
>> Neil,
>>
>> I installed g77 on my mac today. It installed in /usr/local/bin.  So, I
>> added that to my $PATH variable so that if I do a "which g77" it shows up.
>>  Then I changed the CONFIG>Makeinc.darwin files at the top.  It references
>> some "/sw" directory, but I do not have it, so I commented them out and
>> added /usr/bin/g77 and /usr/bin/...
>>
>> OPSYS = Darwin
>>
>> #
>> # Using FINK's gcc and g77
>> #CC = /sw/bin/gcc-4
>> #FC = /sw/bin/g77
>> #Ryan Edit
>> CC = /usr/bin/gcc-4.0
>> FC = /usr/bin/g77
>>
>>
>> Now, the error I see over and over again is "Xm/XmAll.h", no such file or
>> directory.  I do not have a /usr/X11R6/include/Xm directory, so I'm trying
>> to find out what it is and install it.
>>
>> Ryan
>>
>> On Sun, Aug 2, 2009 at 11:55 PM, Neil <neils@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Trying to do same here ... as I can get to it.
>> Unidata had pointed out to me before that the compile has to be done using
>> the old g77 fortran compiler, not the current GNU supported gfortran. One of
>> the Darwin config files I noticed mentioned getting it from fink. Well, my
>> recent experience with installing fink and then looking for g77 failed to
>> find it. So I'll have to get it from some archive somewhere. Let me know if
>> you can find it.
>> -Neil
>>
>>
>> On Aug 2, 2009, at 11:37 PM, ryan jewell wrote:
>>
>> Hello, just signed up and test test test.
>>
>> While I'm at it, I'll state that I"m pulling my hair out trying to get
>> GEMPAK installed right on my new mini mac.  I try compiling it, but a few
>> minutes into the make it stops with errors.  It's an Intel based mac so the
>> binary does not work.
>>
>> I have a make file that I sent to unidata, waiting to see what they think.
>>
>> Ryan
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