Eunjoo Jung, > From: Eunjoo Jung <address@hidden> > Subject: netcdf on SUN E10000 > Organization: University of New South Wales > Keywords: 200108210126.f7L1Qe114402 netCDF Sun E10000 The above message contained the following: > Hello, > > I am using netcdf-3.4 libraries for fortran 77. To use a fortran > program on Dec Alpha running under OSF1, I have to change these > variables > > in "udunit.inc", utmake(): integer*4 --> integer*8 > and in a fortran program, unitptr : integer*4 --> integer*8 > > now I have to use SUN UltraSparc Enterprise 10000 and on this machine, > those values doesn't seem to work properly. > > could you help me with this problem? or Do I have to change other > compiling and linking options of netcdf libraries? This is a problem with the UDUNITS package rather than the netCDF package. What is the size of a C pointer on the SUN UltraSparc Enterprise 10000? What is the Fortran integer that is the same size? You should declare the return type of the Fortran function "utmake" to be this type in the file "udunits.inc". You must also declare all variables in your Fortran programs that hold a return value from "utmake" to be this type. Regards, Steve Emmerson <http://www.unidata.ucar.edu>
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.