I tried contact the JPL-NASA, but the address send error messages. I did not
see lists of discussion or support, therefore sent email for sourceforge. I
am not astronomer or astrophysicist, only Astronomy entusyast. The theme
that interested me is the latitude pixelization produced for the software. I
want use this in Medicine.
I installed three types of FORTRAN compilers (F77, F90 and F95) and tested
them compiling source code in files finished in .f or .f90 inside CYGWIN.
All compilers work well generating executable file a.exe. Therefore, I
believe that is not problem with the FORTRAN compilers. I introduced a
FORTRAN 95 (G95 - FORTRAN compiler), last version of FORTRAN disposable in
http://www.g95.org ,who error already was explained. The other compilers F90
and F77 too present the same error, include inside HEALpix 2.01. Therefore,
I am sending a image of the CYGWIN workspace with the error described
before, for you view the problem. This image is inside a file named
imageHEAL.jpg attached to the email. Can you help me ?
Felix Rodrigues Gulias MD
Medical Informatics & General Medicine
Rua Dona Matilde 656
Sao Paulo - Brazil
> Postal code: 03512000
> website: http://es.geocities.com/gulifr/gulias.pdf
My gcc package is version 3.4.4. I did put the compressed
cfitsio3040.tar.gz, without descompress it, in the libcfitsio directory and
after I did run "make". Unfortunately, presented error. The directory
generic_gcc/bin/ is empty. I read your email, in the section where you said
" at least version 4", but I loaded the last version of X-cygwin (X window
of Cygwin), disposable free in Internet. I did think that was updated. I
captured a image of my screen, where you will see the Cygwin working. This
image is named as imageHEAL2.jpg, that is attached at this email.
Please, how can I solve this problem ?
2008/6/5, Martin Reinecke <martin@...>:
> Hi Felix!
> No problems with C++. I have knowledge of C/C++. If you can help me with
>> this language. I want.
> OK. For C++ you will need the gcc and g++ packages from Cygwin (at least
> version 4.0).
> The compilation is as follows:
> - download the cfitsio library from
> - inside the Healpix directory, move cfitsio3040.tar.gz to
> - cd to src/cxx
> - do "export HEALPIX_TARGET=generic_gcc"
> - run "make"
> With a bit of luck, everything is compiled now, and you can find the
> in the directory generic_gcc/bin/.
> Let me know if it doesn't work.