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Re: 20000218: FCALLSCFUN4, FCALLSCFUN8 problem in uniunits installation



Jianfu Pan,

>Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2000 16:50:45 -0500
>From: Jianfu Pan x8153 <address@hidden>
>Organization: Raython STX Corporation
>To: Steve Emmerson <address@hidden>
>Subject: Re: 20000218: FCALLSCFUN4, FCALLSCFUN8 problem in uniunits 
>installation
>Keywords: 200002181939.MAA10304

In the above message, you wrote:

>    The error already occurred in the first make step, "make" (or "make
> all").  FCALLSCFUN4 and FCALLSCFUN8 seem to be some kind of fortran
> interface call.  The error complained the mismatch in data types of the
> function's arguments (a "long double *" is trying to match a 
> "double *"), but I don't see anywhere "long double *" is declared.
> I also don't know where the two functions, FCALLSCFUN4 and FCALLSCFUN8,
> are declared.  Are they library routines?

Those "functions" are C macros.

>    I'm giving you information as attachments of this message. The files
> are:    config.log   --- log file from configuration
>         make.log  --- log file from "make" command
>         test.log --- log file from "make test" execution
>         install.log --- log file from "make install" command
>         utlib.i ---  file created from "make utlib.i" in /lib directory.

Would you please send me the file "configure.log" (item C near the end
of the file INSTALL).

> By the way, there is no error in "make utlib.i".
> 
> Other information:
> 
>    result from "uname -a": sn9609 charney 10.0.0.6 roo.1 CRAY J90
> 
> Thanks for your help.
> 
> Jianfu Pan

Regards,
Steve Emmerson   <http://www.unidata.ucar.edu>


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