Hi Ana, Sorry to have taken so long to respond to your question ... > I have installed the following libraries on my MacBook Pro (OS X 10.8.2) > using MacPorts: > > - netcdf @126.96.36.199 > - netcdf-cxx @4.2 > - netcdf-fortran @4.2 > > I need to pass the information about the netcdf interface to JULES > program written in Fortran and in the user manual the following option > is suggested: > > make COMPILER=gfortran BUILD=run CDF_LIB_PATH=/opt/local/lib \ > CDF_MOD_PATH=/opt/local/include > > The values for these options are the directories in which the pre-compiled > netCDF library (libnc.a) and Fortran 90 module files (those with .mod > extension) are located respectively. However, in my lib directory I don't > have libnc.a library, only libnetcdf_c++.a and libnetcdf.a libraries. NetCDF doesn't install any library named "libnc.a", only libnetcdff.a (for Fortran), libnetcdf.a (for C), and libnetcdf_c++.a, for C++. You generally don't need the C++ library, unless JULES requires it for some reason. The Fortran netCDF library calls the C library, so you generally need to link Fortran applications with both, as your output from nc-config --flibs shows. The Makefile also must know where the netcdf.h, netcdf.inc, and netcdf.MOD files are, usually all in the same include/ directory > ... In > my include directory I have NETCDF.mod and TYPESIZES.mod files. Now, when > I run the above given command in my Terminal, I get the following error: > â. > â. > gfortran -c -fbounds-check rwerr_mod.f90 -J/Users/Nana/JULES/jules_v2.2/MODS > -I/Users/Nana/JULES/jules_v2.2/MODS -I/Users/Nana/netcdf/include > -I/Users/Nana/JULES/jules_v2.2/UTILS/drhook_dummy > Fatal Error: Reading module netcdf at line 25 column 2: Expected string > make: *** [/Users/Nana/JULES/jules_v2.2/libjules.a(rwerr_mod.o)] Error 1 > make: *** [make_SOURCE/MODULES/CONTROL] Error 2 The format of .mod module files is compiler-specific, so if you used a different Fortran compiler than gfortran (or even an earlier version) when you built the netCDF Fortran-90 library from source, it might generate such an error. Also if you just copied the .MOD file into the /Users/Nana/netcdf/include directory from a different directory where it was built for a different platform or compiler, you would see such an error. Otherwise, I don't know what would cause this. > When I run nc-config --flibs, I get the following information: > > -L/opt/local/lib -lnetcdff -L/opt/local/lib -lnetcdf -lnetcdf > > and for nc-config --includedir > > /opt/local/include > > Do you have an idea what I could do to fix this? I suspect you would might better advice asking the JULES help-desk or support about this problem, since it may be related to something in the JULES Makefile. --Russ Russ Rew UCAR Unidata Program address@hidden http://www.unidata.ucar.edu Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: CXR-134834 Department: Support netCDF Priority: High Status: Closed
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