>From: "Craddock, Mary Ellen" <address@hidden> >Organization: TASC >Keywords: 200110221732.f9MHW7119481 McIDAS-X 7.8 Mary Ellen, >Thanks for your email. Let me try to answer your questions. re: both versions of remap2 work on machines other than OSF/1? > > No, you're correct. But we weren't sure until I recompiled with the >latest SSEC version on our IBM and ran remap2.pgm. OK. re: what happens when you remap2 a single banded image > > We still get a 5 banded erroneous image...the number of bands is a >hardwire in our version. So, that is not an angle we want to follow. re: what does the compile output look like (any warnings, etc.) > The compile and link output is all normal...we do not get the error >commands that you do. This is probably due to my using a different compiler (not the error; the warning about the error). >Do you still want a copy of the output? If it doesn't include _any_ warnings, then no. re: remap2 may need significant modifications for 64-bit machines > > Do you still think the above could be the problem? Unfortunately, yes. The reason I say this is that _none_ of the library calls being made from remap2.pgm (at least the ones you listed in your original email) have _any_ Unidata modifications in them. Also, the really _big_ porting concern when going to 64-bit machines like OSF/1 is word length mismatches. Tom >From address@hidden Tue Nov 6 06:54:08 2001 >To: "'Craddock, Mary Ellen'" <address@hidden>, > "'address@hidden'" <address@hidden> >Cc: "'address@hidden'" <address@hidden>, > "'address@hidden'" <address@hidden>, > "'address@hidden'" > <address@hidden> >Subject: RE: remap2.pgm with mcidas version 7.7 and 7.8 I am a bit late with this, but FYI Unidata McIDAS 7.8 is also the flavor and version of the sw we are running on our Linux box. Martha Tonkin
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