Bill, >Date: Tue, 13 May 2003 15:46:27 -0700 >From: Bill Riley <address@hidden> >Organization: ? >To: address@hidden >Subject: udunits The above message contained the following: > I'm trying to use udunits to extract times from a NCAR netcdf file. They > give the time in hours since 1/1/0000. I downloaded the udunits-1.11.7 > file, uncompressed it, and installed it. It seems that everything > installed fine. > > But, I'm trying to use the 'utcaltime' function, but when I try to > include udunits.inc in my subroutine it won't compile because the > routine is in fortran90. Is there a way I can use this library with f90 > (portland group compiler)? Thanks. I take it that the Fortran compiler chokes on the "#include udunits.inc" because the includee is Fortran-77 and the includer is Fortran-90. I suggest that you NOT include "udunits.inc" and, instead, manually declare an appropriate type for the utcaltime() routine (and any other UDUNITS routines that you use). Regards, Steve Emmerson
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