Ram, > Institution: Indian Institute of Science > Package Version: 1.12.4 > Operating System: Linux > Hardware Information: x86_64 > Inquiry: I have a atmospheric model, which I need to compile against udunits. > The compilation fails with the following: > > f77 -c -O3 -I/usr/include/netcdf-3 -I/usr/local/unidata/include udunits.f > /usr/local/unidata/include/udunits.inc: In function `udunits': > /usr/local/unidata/include/udunits.inc:32: > UD_POINTER utmake > 1 2 > Unrecognized statement name at (1) and invalid form for assignment or > statement-function definition > at (2) > udunits.f:23: > timecenters_unit = utmake() > ^ > Invalid declaration of or reference to symbol `utmake' at (^) [initially seen > at (^)] > make: *** [udunits.o] Error 1 > > Please help me out with this. I have attached the udunits.inc and the > udunits.f. Fortran-77 doesn't have a standard "include" mechanism. The file "udunits.inc" is, therefore, designed to be included by the C preprocessor and not by any Fortran compiler. The file "udunits.f" contains the following include '/usr/local/unidata/include/udunits.inc' Change this to #include "/usr/local/unidata/include/udunits.inc" and try again. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: HVX-351096 Department: Support UDUNITS Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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