Michelle, >Date: Mon, 7 Jun 2004 10:14:01 -0500 >From: Michelle <address@hidden> >Organization: TAMU >To: Steve Emmerson <address@hidden> >Subject: Re: 20040604: udunits help > Keywords: 200406042017.i54KHotK000265 UDUNITS The above message contained the following: > It [lib/udunits.inc.in] isn't there. When I went to download, I saw > that there are binaries available for Linux on an i686 machine - which > wasn't there before (last fall!). So I grabbed that - will see what > happens. That might work. > The ultimate goal here is to get IVE running on this machine, > so I've skipped ahead to trying to make IVE, and letting it tell me > what's missing. It seems to be tripping over the driver.F program > in the /src file. It gives a syntax error in line 531 - apparently > doesn't like the declaration of "automatic" for a variable type (which > I confess I've never heard of) and if I comment that out (just to > see what happens) it goes ahead and crashes on some recursive calls > to itself. I always thought Fortran couldn't do recursive calls > anyway... am I missing something? I've tried using pgf77 and pgf90. Is > there some other compiler I should try? You got me. I'm afraid I don't know IVE from a hole in the ground. I suggest you contact IVE help. > OK, here it [make.log] is (from the previous attempts). but I think we > can ignore this now that I have the 1.11.7 binaries, yes? The binaries might work. If they don't, then it's probably because you're using a different Fortran compiler -- one whose calling-conventions differ from the Fortran compiler assumed during the build of the binary. If that's the case, then you'll have to build from source. > making `all' in directory /coot1/IVE/udunits-1.12.0/src/port > > make: Entering directory `/coot1/IVE/udunits-1.12.0/src/port' > make: *** No rule to make target `all'. Stop. Now that's bizarre! Does the file /coot1/IVE/udunits-1.12.0/src/port/Makefile exist? If so, then please send it to me. Regards, Steve Emmerson
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