Mark, Version 2.2.2 did have a problem with the automake(1)-based build and the CMake-based installation of the previous release of version 2.2.4 didn't install file "converter.h". The latest release of version 2.2.4 should have both these problems fixed. I want to thank you for being such a good tester of version 2.2, which uses a new continuous-delivery pipeline. I'm sure you didn't want this dubious honor, but your sacrifices have helped ensure a better product for all who come after you. > Hi Steve, > > I'm afraid that didn't quite work, a missing Makefile I think, and even > aclocal; autoconf; automake didn't create the Makefile. However, the Cmake > build process was OK (once I had learned how to put the installed files not > in the standard places) so I'm not too concerned about using configure. You > can decide what to do about this. > > The problem now is that there is no converter.h file installed. It is in the > distribution but not put into the installation. I don't know if this is a > feature (programs shouldn't be using converter.h?) but the Ncview package > requires it to build. You may want to check with the Ncview developer. > > In the meantime I am using 2.1.24 which builds (it would be useful to have > the CUnit package location settable with a configure option but I'm just > assuming UDUNITS all works!) and can be used with Ncview. > > Mark > > -- > The University of Edinburgh is a charitable body, registered in > Scotland, with registration number SC005336. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: KQP-261322 Department: Support UDUNITS Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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