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Context LYMAN under Linux and g77 compiler
I found that the context LYMAN under Linux needs some special options
to the g77 compiler in order to work properly.
If the '-fvxt' is not used, a large number of warnings appear during
compilation, although apparently to no major effect.
However, if the '-fno-automatic' option is not used, problems occur
because the variables 'ninf' and 'nsup' in the program 'fit_min.for'
are re-(or not) initialized each time the routine is called, while
they are supposed to keep their values. Another (probably better)
solution is to 'SAVE' them (i.e. include a line SAVE ninf,nsup just
after the declarations).
Just a small contribution...
Alain SMETTE E-mail: Alain.Smette@ulg.ac.be
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