Yolande, > I've rebuilt using the -g option and am now back to an error I got > initially when I first tried to compile any FORTRAN program > referencing udunits.inc. Here is my compile command and the error: > > [cassava:~/code2/quikscatjpl] serra% g77 -ffixed-line-length-132 -O2 - > I/sw/include -I/usr/local/hdf4/include qscat3_tropics.f > read_qscat3_subprg.f handle_err.f get_time.f -o qscat3_tropics -L/usr/ > local/hdf4/lib -lmfhdf -ldf -L/sw/lib -lnetcdf -ludunits -ljpeg -lsz - > lz -lm > udunits.inc: In program `qscat3_tropics': > udunits.inc:32: > UD_POINTER utmake > 1 2 > Unrecognized statement name at (1) and invalid form for assignment or > statement-function definition at (2) It appears that the file "qscat3_tropics.f" uses the C macro UD_POINTER but the g77(1) compiler doesn't see a definition for it. Does the file "qscat3_tropics.f" contain the line '#include "udunits.inc"'? Does the g77(1) compiler preprocess *.f files using the C preprocessor before compiling them? > I edited something in the udunits.inc file to get rid of this but > don't remember what I did. It should be in the udunits.inc file I > sent you earlier today. Attached is my current udunits.inc file from > the new build plus my the config.log file. You should not have to modify the installed "udunits.inc" file. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: QKV-165487 Department: Support UDUNITS Priority: Normal Status: On Hold
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