problem compiling conversion program for Vis5d


I recently installed the vis5d (vers 5.0) software on my Linux (redhat 
7,3( machine but am having trouble compiling the  program that takes my input 
data and converts it to a vis5d file (vlamap.f: a modified version of 
foo_to_vis5d.f). The makefile is called vlamap.f.m (see 
below) and when I say

make -f vlamap.f.m

I get the message:

g77 -c -g I vlamap
g77: No input files

Anyone have an idea which input files it's looking for and how I can fix it?


Rob Willson
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Tufts University

Here's the file vlamap.f.m:

# makefile for foo_to_v5d.f conversion program

# The input to the conversion program is your 5-D grid format.
# The ouput is a v5d file.

# By default, the name of the conversion program is 'foo_to_v5d'.  You should
# probably use a better name.  Assign that name to PROGRAM here:

PROGRAM = vlamap

# If DEC or Linux (Little-endian), add -DLITTLE to CFLAGS
# If AIX, remove the -DUNDERSCORE
FFLAGS = -c -g
CC = cc
F77 = g77
LIBS = -lm

OBJECTS = $(PROGRAM).o binio.o v5d.o

        $(F77) $(OBJECTS) $(LIBS) -o $@

        $(F77) $(FFLAGS) -I $(PROGRAM).f

binio.o:  binio.c
        $(CC) $(CFLAGS) binio.c -o binio.o

v5d.o:  v5d.c
        $(CC) $(CFLAGS) v5d.c -o v5d.o

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