Yolande, > ok, I'm assuming there is a debug option for the configure command?? Set the CFLAGS environment variable to "-g" before executing the "configure" script. A standard-shell example for you would be CFLAGS=-g CPPFLAGS=-Df2cFortran ./configure ... >configure.log 2>&1 If you don't want the Perl interface, then also set the PERL environment variable to the empty string. > also, what is strange is that when I compile and run other code I > have that calls utcaltime I do not get an error. I take it that this other code is written in Fortran and includes the same "udunits.inc" file. That is odd. > if this is the case, > do you think it is still necessary to rebuild udunits (which I was > barely able to pull off). I'm afraid so. > I've checked and in both FORTRAN codes the > first argument is a double precision variable (even though the > udunits.inc suggests it should be a real). That suggestion is a mistake. I've corrected it. > All other arguments are of > the same type as well. There seems to be a sizeof() option for my gnu > FORTRAN compiler but I can't get it to work... > > thanks, Yolande Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: QKV-165487 Department: Support UDUNITS Priority: Normal Status: On Hold
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