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Active Message Threads for February 2010
Hi Derek, Over the last few days I have been attempting to move to a pure 64 bit environment. I am currently working with Ubuntu 9.10. During the process I have attempted to compile SAC as a pure 64 bit application. I encountered a similar error to yours during the compile process. I have managed to successfully compile SAC by editing the following file and commenting out the header code which defines getline on my system. Comment out the following code from /usr/include/stdio.h ##########… [more]
2009-09-08 17:07:12 - 2010-02-22 23:43:22
Hi, I've been trying to install SAC on my Fedora 11 box (kernel 126.96.36.199-217.2.8.fc11.x86_64), but I've run into a compilation problem: When I do a no-option configure, then type "make", I get: >make Making all in libedit make: Entering directory `/usr/local/build/libedit' make: Nothing to be done for `all'. make: Leaving directory `/usr/local/build/libedit' Making all in utils make: Entering directory `/usr/local/build/utils' make: Nothing to… [more]
Re: troubles compiling sac 101.3b on 64-bit linux (Fedora 11) - Norman Heckscher - 2010-02-22 23:43:22
Hi all, I've recently downloaded sac101.3b. I want to use the libraries (libsac.a) and so proceeded through the examples in the documentation, but the makefile returned errors. I was able to make it by adding -I../../include, -L../../lib, and -lm to the FFLAGS and CFLAGS: FFLAGS=-Wall `sac-config --cflags` -I../../include -L../../lib -lm CFLAGS=-Wall `sac-config --cflags` -I../../include -L../../lib -lm I also had to add a standard header to wsac5c.c to define INT32_MAX #include <stdint.h> H… [more]
I inherited a code for conversion of SAC to ASCII with extra information going into the top of the ASCII file (ready for input to another program). It's something I haven't used for quite some time and I've installed SAC 101.2 since the last time I used it. Something seems to have changed with respect to some of the data formatting, so I recompiled the source code and reran it. This solved one of my data formatting problems, but appears to have created another. There appears to be some spurious… [more]