> Hi Russ, > > Thanks for the help. > > Ed Hartnetts mail seems to point more towards C/C++. > Is his build also aimed at Fortran? > I see in his readme he states g95. > > I tried Ed's build but still came across similar errors. > I'm pretty new to programming in Windows. > Am I missing something obvious here? > Am I linking correctly? > Should I be doing all this within Cygwin? > I'm using mingw g95 in command prompt. > Sorry I couldn't fine Ed's email address so I'm sending this to you if that's > ok. > > 1) errors1.txt > I tried compiling with the normal libnetcdf.a library. Seems underscoring was > a problem (comparing to netcdf.inc). > > 2) errors2.txt > I tried -fno-underscoring and still got undefined reference errors. > So I look inside libnetcdf.a with nm and it seems functions are nc_* instead > of nf_*. > The only library with reference to any nf_* functions is libnetcdff.a (extra > "f"). > > 3) errors3.txt > So I try compiling with libnetcdff.a (still with -fno-underscoring). > Still get undefined reference errors, even though netcdf.inc has the exact > function names listed. > > 4) errors4.txt > I try without the "-fno-underscoring" and get even stranger errors. > > regards, > Mogesh. > Howdy Mogesh, I am working on the netCDF fortran DLLs, and on the netCDF-4 DLLs. Classic library C API DLLs can now be found here: ftp://ftp.unidata.ucar.edu/pub/netcdf/snapshot/netcdf_classic_dlls_snapshot.zip Follow the progress of the fortran DLL in our Jira bug database: https://www.unidata.ucar.edu/jira/browse/NCF-7 Thanks, Ed Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: LOR-225885 Department: Support netCDF Priority: Critical Status: Closed
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