When i run gdl it shows :
No startup file read (GDL_STARTUP/IDL_STARTUP env. var. not set).
How to setup the IDL_STARTUP env. var ??
I want to install the CHIANTI package with GDL .
HOW to do that ???
Please help Soon.
As it is roughly in the same topic, I would like to ask you another question..
When I was using IDL or GDL on Ubuntu, I was using a config file in order to .run my modules in one shot. And I ran it as "@Config.pro"... Now, as I am not really an expert.. I don't know how to adapt myself for this on windows in the ms-dos command prompt. How could I setup the GDL_STARTUP/IDL_STARTUP or/and .run all my modules?
Thanks in advance for attention
The way of setting environment variables depends on the shell you are using. If it is bash, you can simply type:
$ IDL_STARTUP=file.pro gdl
or "export" it, i.e. make the setting persistent:
$ export IDL_STARTUP=file.pro
Concerning CHIANTI (or any other library that is a set of .pro files), probably the easiest way is to unpack it in the $prefix/share/gnudatalanguage/lib directory which is in the default search path of gdl. $prefix depends on how you installed gdl, but usually it is /usr/local, /usr, /opt/local or something alike.
Thanks a lot for the response.
I downloaded the stand-alone package
tar -zxf CHIANTI_7.1.4_data.tar.gz
tar -zxf CHIANTI_7.1.5_pro_standalone.tar.gz
then, after running GDL, copy/past in the CLI:
!PATH = '+'+a+':'+!PATH
!PATH = EXPAND_PATH(!PATH)
and then tried few examples as proposed in:
Main point: not sure the Widgets-base codes will work well,
1/ some keywords are still missing in GDL
GDL> dens_plotter, 'o_5'
% WIDGET_CONTROL: Keyword parameter DEFAULT_FONT not allowed in call to: WIDGET_CONTROL
2/ I have a problem with LUN !
% OPENR: All available logical units are currently in use.
% Error occurred at: WHICH 202 /home/coulais/GDL/Chianti7.1.5/gen/idl/help/which.pro
3/ we have a READ_WGFA2 issue. WGFA2 files are ascii files mixing
char and number and signs ...
GDL> READ_WGFA2, File, Lvl1, Lvl2, Wvl, Gf, A_value, Ref
% READ_WGFA2: Format parser: Mismatched Token
I would say it would be great to quickly fix 3/ and 2/
(I cannot do it now, one week off)
bug 3 in READ_WGFA2 also solved in the CVS
($ in format in read should not do somethings)
concerning Lun, bug found but not fixed now.
this bug now fixed in the CVS
Thanks for the effort.
What is 'CLI', where you have made changes about the path ?
Command Line Interface
(e.g. running GDL in a shell like xterm, dtterm, gnome terminal ...)
I guess i have made some changes in my IDL_STARTUP file. So its not getting the pro files. cyote library is missing.
Please send me the basic lines for IDL_STARTUP file which will complie from /usr/share/gnudatalanguage/lib and /home/soumyaranjan/chianti
Please help me in this.
I have tried for myself but something went wrong. Now i cant plot basic functions through GDL like cgplot command.
I have a lot of colleagues using GDL and IDL and we all together used different/personnal ways to set up IDL_PATH/GDL_PATH, IDL_STARTUP/GDL_STARTUP.
Just to say I would not set a path in a IDL_STARTUP file but you can do it ! I would prefer to use IDL_PATH in a sh script.
For the case you have, you just need to copy into a text file the lines I wrote for Chianti, then adding the Coyote path into !PATH.
To be valid, Paths to be add into !path should already being OK, this is why Chianti used EXPAND_PATH(!PATH) to enforce that.
You can also have a look into "quick_start_GDL.sh"
to see how to manage GDL_PATH
you can do (in the CLI, in one line):
GDL_PATH=/my/path/to/coyote sh ./quick_start_GDL.sh -g
about tests on Chianti code, using current CVS version and the Chianti version mentioned here :
-- the bugs mentioned here have been corrected
-- a trick was found and solved in INVERT()
-- few warn keywords have been added.
--> I tested with success some numerical computations.
(same outputs in IDL and GDL)
Now I have a bug in STR_INDEX related to a common
(COMMON str_index, idx) which is not reset by DELVARX.
No solution now. (both codes are shipped inside Chianti)
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