On Mon, 7 Jun 2004, Tim Jenness wrote:
> > OK, didn't appreciate that, thought it must still require some work (as it
> > didn't build by default from make world).
> I've never used 'make world' so I'm not sure what I need to do to add a
> new library to the build list (and make sure it gets built in the correct
Well, I'm saying nothing it's new to me too. Now that I know a bit more
about what's going on progress wise, I'll be more adventurous.
> > > I take it only the .gen files are in CVS and not the derived files?
> > Yes, they are processed during make or make dist. The intermediary Fortran
> > files are deleted by maintainer-clean and exported as part of the dist (so
> > the generic files are not needed on export, but are copied anyway).
> I saw over the weekend that there is a .gsd file? This is a confusing
> clash with the JCMT GSD format files which also use .gsd.
It's just a naming convention I've used to indicate the type of generic
file (-t lrid, or some such, rather than the full set of numeric types) ,
it's package specific so probably won't be noticed by anyone else, but if
it really worries you I can trivially change it.