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2023-05-09 14:43:08 - 2023-05-13 13:39:05
Hello I am trying to compile a fortran code (srcgrd5.f) using the SAC libraries (sacio.a) in my Mac m1 but I am receiving the following output: Input command line: gfortran -fallow-argument-mismatch -o srcgrd5 srcgrd5.f /Users/gilberto/src/sac/lib/sacio.a util_date.o Output: *srcgrd5.f:947:23:* 601 | call rsac1(infile,vss,nptsgrn,btime,dt,maxpts,nerr) | 2 ...... 947 | call rsac1(fname,obs,nptsdat,btime,dt2,1,nerr) | … [more]
Re: Problem with SAC libraries (sacio.a) in Mac M1 - Graça Silveira - 2023-05-12 17:12:37
Re: Problem with SAC libraries (sacio.a) in Mac M1 - Gilberto Silva - 2023-05-12 18:10:15
Re: Problem with SAC libraries (sacio.a) in Mac M1 - George Helffrich - 2023-05-13 13:39:05
Re: Problem with SAC libraries (sacio.a) in Mac M1 - Gilberto Silva - 2023-05-13 13:10:40
2023-05-08 18:14:57 - 2023-05-10 17:36:15
Dear All, I was trying to include the travel time curve for the P phase in a record section using the sac>sss> traveltime command. I could not succeed in adding the traveltime curve from the from the below command line: sss>sc taup_curve -h 22.9 -ph P sss>traveltime taup taup_curve.gmt I will be thankful if someone helps me to add the travel time curve in the attached record section. Regards, Sunil