Re: ShallowFluid

Thanks for the prompt response!

It worked fine when I compiled and linked with g77. 
I didn't have g77 before I tried to run ShallowFluid for the first time.

When I use the Lahey compiler (lf95) it does not link successfully. 
I'm still working on it.

So, it appears that ShallowFluid should work on a "generic" PC linux box.

On another topic, I tried to use VisAD with Java3d 1.3 (the only one 
available for LinuxPPC). With this newest version I need to use jdk1.3.0.
Unfortunately, I could not make VisAD to work with these versions.
Has anybody tried them?

Thanks,

Chris Mitas

On Mon, 30 Oct 2000, Bill Hibbard wrote:

> Hi Chris,
> 
> > I understand that the ShallowFluid application has some native Solaris
> > code. Is there any way to run it on my Linux box?
> > It seems that the fortran code can be compiled without errors (only some
> > warnings).
> > 
> > Has anybody ported it to linux ?
> 
> We haven't, and it looks like no one else has either.
> 
> ShallowFluid communicates with the Fortran code through JNI
> and some C code.  The JNI should be portable, and the
> conventions for calling Fortran from C should be portable.
> 
> Have you tried compiling and running ShallowFluid?
> 
> Cheers,
> Bill
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