Hi Nikolay, > May be I should have posted this to netcdfgroup as there are so many > users desperate to have a Windows 64/32 bit NetCDF DLL (and so was I > recently). Anyway, this mailing list might be a better place as my > post fully conforms to its topic. > > In short: The NetCDF library version 4.1.3 does compile under both 32 > and 64 bit Windows using MinGW and MinGW-w64 and does successfully > pass all standard tests included in the source code distribution; > âmake checkâ output of both 32 and 64 bit is available through the > http link below. The changes in the original source code are minimal > and can be performed in a semi-automatic mode. > > What I have built is a rather minimalistic library configuration that > does not include: Fortran and C++ interfaces (just only C), hdf5, > version 2 of the API, and DAP. Both the NetCDF classic format and the > 64-bit offset format are fully supported. > > There is hope that the porting approach I suggest can be used to > compile a full-fledged version, including the newly released NetCDF > library version 4.2 from which I originally started, but as it was not > yet released that time, I switched back to 4.1.3. > > Here is the documentation including the download links I prepared for those > interested: > http://iiasa.ac.at/~khabarov/netcdf-win64-and-win32-mingw/ Thanks very much for contributing this. I've added a link to your document in the netCDF FAQ, near the bottom of the answer to the question: "How can I use netCDF-4.1 with Windows?" http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/software/netcdf/docs/faq.html#windows_netcdf4_1 Please let me know if you'd like any changes to that description of your port. If you'd like to post to netcdfgroup as well, I would encourage it! Our new netCDF developer, Ward Fisher, has had some success porting netCDF-4.2 to Windows using MinGW, and we may be making that port available as well in a future release. --Russ > Best regards, > Nikolay > > -- > Dr. Nikolay Khabarov > Ecosystems Services and Management Program > International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis
NOTE: All email exchanges with Unidata User Support are recorded in the Unidata inquiry tracking system and then made publicly available through the web. If you do not want to have your interactions made available in this way, you must let us know in each email you send to us.