>From: Anthony James Wimmers <address@hidden> >Organization: UVa >Keywords: 200010151657.e9FGv2425262 McIDAS-X 7.6 GRDCOPY subsect Tony, >Tom, I'm not sure if this was fixed in 7.7, so here it is >anyway: > >The command > >GRDCOPY TOPSEC/MRF.7 LG.9999 SUBSECT=0 90 -90 90 > >does not subsect the grid. I probed into it further, and >found that if you try to do any subsect across 0 degrees >longitude, then the subsection fails. And it does not >return an error message. I was in Madison at SSEC when I saw this message. I showed it to one of the developers who should know the answer, and he said that he thought that this bug has been fixed in 7.6. >Do you have any suggestions in the short term? Try using the 7.7 version of grdcopy.k. I installed 7.7 on windfall last week, so all you need to do is: login as 'mcidas' cd bin mv grdcopy.k grdcopy.k.bak cp ~mcadde/bin/grdcopy.k . Then retry your test. Tom
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