Gary, > Unfortunately, the make.log file is gone. Our sys admin installed this > package so I will have to check with him about how he did it. OK. See if he used any unusual compiler/linker options. > The project I am working on involves CMOR. In the installation guide for > CMOR, it mentions this: > " Note on 64bit system > UDUNITS probably won't build properly on 64bit (e.g. SGI), so we > recommend that everything be built in 32bit (e.g -n32 on SGI) > The same probably applies to libcdms" > > Perhaps this is a clue?? It's certainly interesting. I take great pains to write portable code and I don't recall every hearing of problems with UDUNITS on 64-bit systems. If you learn anything more about this, please let me know. You might see if there's a version of the "nm" utility that has the opposite 32-bit/64-bit modality of the default "nm" that you used. If you find one, then try it and see if it gives the same results. The "file" utility should tell you the modality of binary programs. I'll be out of my office from mid-Monday to early Thursday, so my replies might be delayed during that time. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: IDZ-795331 Department: Support UDUNITS Priority: Normal Status: On Hold
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