David, >Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2006 10:08:44 +1300 >From: David Rupp <address@hidden> >Organization: NIWA, New Zealand >To: Steve Emmerson <address@hidden> >Subject: Re: udunits and Windows The above message contained the following: > Thank you very much for your help. I don't doubt that a windows > developer can do this faster than I! However, I'd learn something if I > struggled through it myself. That's the spirit! :-) > I have gone through your first step and attempted to compile utparse.c, > utscan.c, and udalloc.c. I get one error and that is because these > files reference "udposix.h" that is not present in the > udunits-1.12.4.zip file, though there is a file called "udposix.h.in". > Is this the same file? The file "src/port/misc/udposix.h.in" is the precursor to "src/port/misc/udposix.h". It's converted into the latter by the configure(1) script (which you can't run on a Windows system). The configure(1) script changes the file, as necessary, according to the peculiarities of the programming enviroment. I suggest that you copy "udposix.h.in" to "udposix.h" (in the same directory). Modify it as necessary (you might try doing nothing, initially). Then, return to the "src/lib" directory of UDUNITS and try (re)compiling those files. Please keep me apprised. Regards, Steve Emmerson
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