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Active Message Threads for October 2008

Brian Savage
2008-10-21 00:52:24
Kuang He, I tested your pager patch and was quite happy with it. The one which searches /bin and /usr/bin for less and then more If any one else would like to comment on this patch, please do so. It is labeled as [1] below. Cheers Brian > > [1] http://www.iris.washington.edu/pipermail/sac-dev/2008-September/ > 000108.html
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Frederik Tilmann
2008-10-16 22:31:07
Dear all one of the little used but very useful features of sac is the availability to write user-defined commands (those which are loaded via load). What do you think about introducing a reposity for these on the sac website which would allow users to share these self-made commands. Maybe the best of them could eventually become part of the core code in future version. Frederik -- Frederik Tilmann Bullard Laboratories Tel. +44 1223 765545 Department of Earth Sciences F... [more]
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Brian Savage
2008-10-07 22:14:37 - 2008-10-10 02:36:08
Kuang I was looking at your readline patch to handle the real readline library when used with a script. http://www.iris.washington.edu/pipermail/sac-dev/2008-September/ 000109.html It looks like when the tty is not being used (use_tty()) you avoid the select_loop(). This seems fine with me. We also have very similar code in the zgtmsg () and the code you added looks a lot like the original zgpmsg() code. Can we do some consolidation here, possibly just within the zgpmsg() to begin... [more]
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Sheila Peacock
2008-10-08 14:43:01 - 2008-10-08 17:17:08
Dear All, I sent this to SAC-help and got only one reply from someone else who had had the same problem, but no solution. Since you are working on the latest edition, I'm wondering if you have come across, and addressed, this problem. Regards, Sheila. -------- Original Message -------- Subject: GSE writing Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2008 08:05:05 +0100 From: Sheila Peacock <sheila@blacknest.gov.uk> Organization: AWE Blacknest To: sac-help@iris.washington.edu Dear All, SAC v. 101.1 either fails ... [more]
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  • Re: - Brian Savage - 2008-10-08 16:46:48
    • Re: - Brian Savage - 2008-10-08 17:17:08
Hi all, Attached is a patch to eliminate duplicate `-I../inc' parameters in generated Makefiles. While compiling, instead of seeing something like: gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I../inc -I../inc -c -o amf/allamb.o amf/allamb.c We'll see this instead: gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I../inc -c -o amf/allamb.o amf/allamb.c Reference: http://www.gnu.org/software/automake/manual/automake.html#Program-variables Best regards, -- Kuang He Department of Physics University of Connec... [more]
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Kuang He
2008-10-01 22:21:51 - 2008-10-06 21:55:51
Hi, all VPATH builds [1] are preferred by some people for the following reasons: 1. They prevent the build process form cluttering your source directory with all sorts of build files. 2. To remove a build, all you have to do is remove the build directory. 3. You can build the same source multiple times using different options. This is very useful if you would like to write a script that will run the test suite for a package while the package is configured in many different ways (e.... [more]
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Hi all, Running autoreconf is basically equivalent to running the script ./bootstrap in the CVS repository, and is sometimes a little faster. Attached is a patch to suppress the following warnings when running autoreconf. Plus, with this patch, we don't need to add the '--foreign' parameter to automake anymore. Just a thought: maybe we'd better pay attention to the first warning below? $ autoreconf src/Makefile.am:14: `CFLAGS' is a user variable, you should not override it; src/Makefile.am... [more]
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Kuang He
2008-10-01 22:22:59 - 2008-10-02 02:20:38
Hi all, Right now, in a source tree that has been configured with libedit, if we use `make clean', all the generated files and directories under libedit/ would be cleaned. However, if we use `make distclean', which is supposed to be a superset of `make clean', not all the generated files/dirs are cleaned properly. Like this: $ cd libedit $ make distclean $ ll total 16K drwxr-xr-x 3 icrazy icrazy 4.0K Sep 30 02:15 include drwxr-xr-x 2 icrazy icrazy 4.0K Sep 30 02:15 lib drwxr-xr-x 5 icrazy i... [more]
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