Cliff, >Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2005 12:29:29 -0500 (EST) >From: Cliff Liu <address@hidden> >Organization: NASA >To: Steve Emmerson <address@hidden> >Subject: Re: 20050215: Building udunits on Altix IA64 using icc(1): <limits.h> The above message contained the following: > It still fails, so you think the problem is it's Intel's compilation > environment. Absolutely. > I wasn't sure earlier because I thought icc works in general > and it could be the incompatibility between udunits and Intel. So I'll > see what Intel says. I'd be curious to hear how they might rationalize-away such behavior on a UNIX system. > BTW, I built udunits without Perl extention using gcc, otherwise it > generates some error messages with "dynamic" in there. Those error > message looks completely foreign to me so I didn't do more to see > what the problems could be. Is without Perl extention going to affect > the application (grads) or udunits in anyway? The perl(1) extension-module depends-upon the UDUNITS(3) library, but the reverse is not true. So not building the extension-module won't affect the library. > Thanks, > > Cliff Regards, Steve Emmerson
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