I installed GDL on SUSE Linux.
I'm using my old IDL library (from a windows machine) along with the included "gdl-0.9pre2/pro" directory. One of the first things I tried to use is CONGRID, which errors because the internal IDL routine POLY_2D is not found.
Is this my mistake, or is POLY_2D not included in GDL? Never knew about it, but it seems to be usefull function.
POLY_2D has been implemented in the current GDL CVS repository.
I see two files ( ). What is the easiest way to recompile/reinstall the most up-to-date version of GDL? I assume I have to download some files
Oops, I accidentally posted too soon. The two files are math_fun_jmg.hpp and libinit_jmg.cpp. Each has a comment that mentions adding the poly_2d function. What I really want is the most up-to-date version of GDL, which includes poly_2d and of course anything else that has been implemented since GDL-0.9pre2. Is there an easy way to get all of the .cpp, .hpp, etc. files in one shot?
Sorry, maybe I should know how to do this, but I don't. Explicit help is appreciated.
Enter on the command line:
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/gnudatalanguage co -P gdl
The latest GDL CVS repository will be placed in the gdl subdirectory.
I installed GDL on UBUNTU 6.10.
First of all CONGRATULATIONS for GDL!!! It will be one of the most used
data language in the future.
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