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20050422: WWDISP/WWLIST test fix (again)



>From: Unidata Support <address@hidden>
>Organization: UCAR/Unidata
>Keywords: 200503311932.j2VJWvv2017638 McIDAS WWDISP

Hi Gilbert,

I just copied over 4 new source files to the ~mcidas/mcidas2004/src
directory on weather3:

m0wwmisc.h
wwmisc.c
wwdisp.c
wwlist.c

(first, I saved the old copies in ~mcidas/tmp/mcidas/2004/src).

I then built new WWDISP and WWLIST executables using:

<as 'mcidas'>
cd ~mcidas/mcidas2004/src
make

rm ~/bin/wwdisp.k ~/bin/wwlist.k
ln wwlist.k wwdisp.k ~/bin

Please try plotting severe weather watches with the new executables.
Here is an example invocation that SSEC and I have verified works:

ERASE
MAP MID
WWDISP X X TYPE=SEVWATCH TORWATCH DAY=109 111 PLOT=COUNTY

The PLOT=COUNTY keword sequence will insure that the watches are
plotted by county.  The default for the display is to plot watch
outlines.

If you find that the routines now work as you expect, you should copy
the above files to your other machines (weather2 and weather) and
rebuild the WWDISP and WWLIST executables as I outlines above.

Cheers,

Tom
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