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base any2matlab revision on repository revision of 2010-07-17

This is a legacy commit from before 2015-03-01.
It may be incomplete as well as inconsistent.
See COPYING.legacy and README.history for details.
this is the date when libraries were created and suppied to Daniel


SVN Path:     http://gpitrsvn.gpi.uni-karlsruhe.de/repos/TFSoftware/branches/any2matlab0.1
SVN Revision: 3103
SVN UUID:     67feda4a-a26e-11df-9d6e-31afc202ad0c
parents 852fac51 a768864f
This is a legacy version of the repository. It may be incomplete as well as
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repository copyright and licence conditions apply as specified for versions
commited after 2015-03-01. Use recent versions as a base for new development.
The legacy version is only stored to keep a record of history.
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this is <README.1st>
============================================================================
General guide for published packages
------------------------------------
$Id: README.1st,v 1.2 2007-11-23 09:15:27 tforb Exp $
============================================================================
The packages you obtain from my site are not full-featured, coming with
configure scripts or similar tools to support installation. The packages are
snapshots from my CVS repository. They are snapshots of the code I'm currently
using myself. Please feel free to use this code and compile the programs and
libraries. But you have to do it yourself. I will give you some guidance and
please feel free to get into contact with me if you have additional questions.
Apart from this file you usually will find the following in the packages:
Makefile: The Makefile conatains all rules you need to compile the code.
Information about the purpose of the package, special
coniderations during installation and dependencies to other
packages are placed in the preamble of the Makefile.
README.compile:
This text is the same for all packages (published at the same
date). Here you find general information about utilities and
environment settings that are usually expected by the Makefile.
In some packages you may find a README. In most cases this is not a general
information about installing and using this package (please have a look at
Makefile for this). In particular in C++ library packages the README file is
part of the doxygen documentation.
If you experience any problem, please contact me:
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----- END OF README.1st -----
this is <README.compile>
============================================================================
How to compile the source code
------------------------------
$Id: README.compile,v 1.13 2010-07-16 09:10:53 tforb Exp $
============================================================================
Here you will find some notes to help you in the process of compiling software
provided by me (Thomas Forbriger). My programs usually make use of several
different software libraries.
With the beginning of 2006 I provide software packages (main code) separately
from the libraries, which makes life easier for me (but harder for you).
Please read the notes below to compensate for that.
From November 2007 on, I will port my programs to a 64-bit Linux system. Until
this is finished, you may find some of the packages in a transitional stage.
See also specific notes on Fortran code below (section Compilers).
Make
----
In many cases you will need gmake (GNU make) to use the provided Makefiles.
Environment variables in Makefiles
----------------------------------
The bevahiour of the Makefiles is controlled by environment variables. It is
most suitable to set their values in $HOME/.profile or $HOME/.bashrc
Here I give a description of these variables together with their typical
values:
export LOCBINDIR=$HOME/bin
Compiled and linked binaries will be copied to this directory. If you
include this directory in the setting of your PATH variable, you will have
easy access to the binary from any working directory.
export LOCLIBDIR=$HOME/lib
Libraries will be copied to this directory. An Makefiles will pass this
directory to the linker in order to link against these libraries.
export LOCINCLUDEDIR=$HOME/include
Links to header files will be installed in this directory. The Makefiles
pass this directory to the preprocessor to look for header files.
SERVERLIBDIR
If libraries that are needed by this code (like PGPLOT) are installed in
an uncommon system directory, you can use this variable to pass the
location to the linker.
SERVERINCLUDEDIR
If header files that are needed by this code (like cpgplot.h) are installed
in an uncommon system directory, you can use this variable to pass the
location to the linker.
LD_LIBRARY_PATH
If you install external libraries (e.g. PGPLOT) in an uncommon place, you
might have to set LD_LIBRARY_PATH to pass the location of the dynamic
library (e.g. libpgplot.so) to the dynamic linker.
export WWWBASEDIR=$HOME/doxydoc
C++ libraries usually are distributed together with a set of documentation
files that are automatically created by doxygen from the source code. The
resulting HTML files or man-pages wil be installed in this place by the
Makefile. The Makefiles create subdiretories to distinguish between
different packages.
export TF_BROWSER=firefox
The Makefile support the display of doxygen documentation with your html
browser. Use this variable to pass the name of the browser to the
Makefile.
export TF_LIBREGEXX=yes
If this variable is set, the Makefiles will expect libregexx to be
installed. Since libregexx is discontinued since several years and does
not easily compile on 64-bit systems, my code will be ported to use the
regular expression module in the boost library. This will be the default
in the future. If you do not have the boost library installed, but
libregexx, you should use this variable.
This feature may disappear somewhere in the future.
export TF_LINK_REGEXX=-lregexx
Defines the linker option to link against regexx functionality. This can
either be libregexx or libboost_regex. This variable and TF_LIBREGEXX must
be set coherently.
export TF_FALLBACK=yes
During porting of the software to 64-bit systems, the default method of
compiling Fortran code will be changed from f2c and gcc to g77. After this
transition some Makefiles might no longer support f2c at all. At least the
convetion for library file name will change. Until the porting procedure
is finished for all packages, this variable can be used to use the old
rules (f2c is default) as a fallback solution. Since filenames will be
different in this solution you should use different settings for LOCBINDIR
and LOCLIBDIR too, when using the fallback setting.
export TF_LINK_FORTRAN=-lgfortran
Define the linker option when doing interlanguage linking (i.e. link a C++
main program against Fortran code from a library). Is you use g77, you
will have to link against libg2c.a here.
export TF_LINK_PGPLOT=-lpng -lX11 -L/usr/X11/lib64
This variable is passed to the linker in cases where binaries have to be
linked against PGPLOT. Use this variable to pass the location of your X11
libraries as well as the names of additional libraries that might be
needed for the PGPLOT drivers in your installation (like libpng.a in this
example).
export TF_f2c_PGPLOT=f2cpgplot
Use this variable to pass the name of the PGPLOT library that was compiled
with f2c and gcc (libf2cpgplot.a in this example).
export TF_g77_PGPLOT=pgplot
Use this variable to pass the name of the PGPLOT library that was compiled
with gfortran (or g77, see below) (libpgplot.a or libpgplot.so in this
example).
The following variables will be used in Makefiles:
CXX name of C++ compiler command
CC name of C compiler command
FC name of Fortran compiler command
CPP name of C preprocessor command
To the following variables local values may be appended in Makefiles:
FLAGS general flags (will be appended to other flag variables)
CFLAGS flags to C compiler
FFLAGS flags to Fortran compiler
CPPFLAGS flags to preprocessor
CXXFLAGS flags to C++ compiler
LDFLAGS flags to linker
Libraries
---------
The library packages depend on each other. If you start compiling from
scratch, you should install them in the following order:
libaff: base library, depends only on common system libraries
libtime: base library, depends only on common system libraries and
tfmacros.h (but includes tfmacros.h in the package)
libtfxx: base library, depends only on common system libraries and
STL (standard template library)
libgsexx: base library, depends only on common system libraries
libsffxx: depends on libgsexx, libaff, and libtime
libdatreadxx: depends on libaff, libtfxx, libgsexx, libtime, libsffxx
tfmacros.h
----------
The file tfmacros.h is available in package thofdevel########.tar.gz.
It is used by several packages. Download and unpack this package and call
/bin/cp -vpd tfmacros.h $LOCINCLUDEDIR
Comments in header files
------------------------
Some Makefiles contain rules to strip comments from C++ and C header files.
They use the program remcmmnt by Jari Laaksonen (see below). If this is not
available to you, look for the variable REMCMMNT and set it to
REMCMMNT=cat
Compilers
---------
With the transition to 64-bit systems, the default method to compile Fortran
files will be gfortran (Fortran compiler in the GNU compiler collection).
Most code will still compile with g77 if used consistently for all libraries
too. Please use the FC environment variable to select your preferred Fortran
cpmpiler. Notice that most code must be compiled with the -ff2c option set,
to ensure proper interlanguage linking.
Since I experience problems with return values from libf2c-functions on
64-bit systems (see below), the support for f2c may be discontinued entirely
in the future. Some libraries that provide features for inter-language
linking (like libtime.a) may still require f2c to create a C-version of the
Fortran source code.
Fortran code traditionally was compiled by f2c (netlib, see below) and gcc
(GNU C compiler). For packages not yet ported to 64-bit, you may use the
TF_FALLBACK environment variable to use the f2c rules in Makefiles (see
above).
Other Fortran compilers are not guaranteed to work properly with code
provided here.
C and C++ code usually is prepared to compile with the GNU C and C++
compiler.
I will not support the creation of 32-bit binaries on 64-bit platforms
(which would be possible by using the -m32 option).
f2c
---
The standard integer type for f2c compilation is "long int". The f2c-version
I obtained together with openSuSE 10.2 provides a f2c.h that defines the
Fortran integer type to be simple "int". That is reasonable since this keeps
integer variables 4 byte long, which is necessary to keep binary i/o
compatible for data files written on 32bit systems. However, the libf2c.a
that is provided with this package apparently is compiled with integer being
long int (8 byte on 64bit systems). Since f2c originally was designed to use
long int integer types, it is very likely that this confusion may reappear
elsewhere on 64bit systems, when using f2c. Since Fortran is supported by
the GNU compiler collection I no longer see a reason to support f2c
compilation.
Shell scripts
-------------
Some make rules may still contain calls to shell scripts called newprog or
newlib. A rule
newprog $@
can safely replaced by
/bin/cp -vp $@ $(LOCBINDIR)
Replace
newlib $@
by
/bin/cp -vp $@ $(LOCLIBDIR)
Calls to newinclude, incdep or others are replaced as easily. Look for
package thofdevel########.tar.gz, which contains those tools. You will find
a copy of remcmmnt there too.
The shell-script setsandbox is used to set the environment variable (see
above) to independent values, when preparing a package. You will not need
this shell-script, since you will not use the make rules for package
creation.
Fortran plot programs
---------------------
Plot programs usually link against PGPLOT (see below).
References
----------
doxygen: www.doxygen.org
PGPLOT: www.astro.caltech.edu/~tjp/pgplot/
remcmmnt: Jari Laaksonen, http://cpp.snippets.org/ C++ collection
A copy is placed in thofdevel########.tar.gz
f2c: Netlib, http://www.netlib.org/f2c/
If you experience any problem, when compiling the code, please contact me:
--
| Dr. Thomas Forbriger e-mail: Thomas.Forbriger@gpi.uni-karlsruhe.de |
| Observatorium Schiltach (BFO), Heubach 206, D-77709 Wolfach, Germany, |
| Tel.: ++49 (0)7836/2151, Fax.: ++49 (0)7836/7650 |
| http://www-gpi.physik.uni-karlsruhe.de/pub/forbriger |
----- END OF README.compile -----
This is a legacy version of the repository. It may be incomplete as well as
inconsistent. See README.history for details. For the old stock of the
repository copyright and licence conditions apply as specified for versions
commited after 2015-03-01. Use recent versions as a base for new development.
The legacy version is only stored to keep a record of history.
This is a legacy version of the repository. It may be incomplete as well as
inconsistent. See README.history for details. For the old stock of the
repository copyright and licence conditions apply as specified for versions
commited after 2015-03-01. Use recent versions as a base for new development.
The legacy version is only stored to keep a record of history.
/*! \file DL1direct.cc
* \brief directly send command to DL1 and receive the response
*
* ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
*
* $Id: DL1direct.cc,v 1.8 2009-01-16 22:30:38 tforb Exp $
* \author Thomas Forbriger
* \date 24/11/2008
*
* directly send command to DL1 and receive the response
*
* Copyright (c) 2008 by Thomas Forbriger (BFO Schiltach)
*
* ----
* This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
* (at your option) any later version.
*