Thread: Problem: Compiling SAC102.0 from source code

Started: 2022-03-20 11:08:55
Last activity: 2022-03-20 22:22:02
Topics: SAC Help
Nima Dolatabadi
2022-03-20 11:08:55
Hello Dear Developers:
I'm trying to Compile SAC-102.0 using source code under Ubuntu 20.04:
Here I explain what I did:first I have created a directory beside sac-102.0 named "build" and then: 
 
- cd build
- ../sac-102.0/configure --enable-xdr --enable-zlib --enable-xpm --enable-png --prefix=/opt/SAC102 -enable-debug --enable-database --enable-xft --with-matlab=/home/nima/src/Matlab/R2018b --x-libraries=/usr/X11R6/lib --enable-editline --enable-readline
- make


- The process goes without problem for a couple of seconds and then the first error comes up as below: (i Have attached the full log named build.out)

../../sac-102.0/src/dff/wrxdr.c: In function ‘wrxdr’:../../sac-102.0/src/dff/wrxdr.c:72:14: error: ‘Ndxhdr’ undeclared (first use in this function); did you mean ‘xdrhdr’?   72 |     nlcmem = Ndxhdr[idfl];      |              ^~~~~~      |              xdrhdr
I have tried the suggested debugging and the compilation is temporary solved but in further it comes up with a lot of unsolvable issues; So I wonder why "Ndxhdr" is being used for the first time and not defined in other codes. I believe issues like this are more likely to happen and this is only the first one. (imust admit that I'm 20% familiar with C++ and 90% with Python, So I'm fully aware of compilation and its related issues) 
All in all is there something missing or have I done the wrong way and used incorrect options for ./configure?
*** I must admit that the readme.buildsac needs a lot of revise, like "--enable-matlab=" is not defined in configure and "--with-matlab=" is used instead. there are still lot's of issues that must be fixed as well.
Great RegardsNima


  • Brian Savage
    2022-03-20 06:35:13
    Nima,
    Try with —disable-xdr
    I would be surprised if you require xdr support
    Brian

    On Mar 20, 2022, at 4:22 AM, Nima Dolatabadi (via IRIS) <sac-help-bounce<at>lists.ds.iris.edu> wrote:

    
    Hello Dear Developers:

    I'm trying to Compile SAC-102.0 using source code under Ubuntu 20.04:

    Here I explain what I did:
    first I have created a directory beside sac-102.0 named "build" and then:
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    cd build
    ../sac-102.0/configure --enable-xdr --enable-zlib --enable-xpm --enable-png --prefix=/opt/SAC102 -enable-debug --enable-database --enable-xft --with-matlab=/home/nima/src/Matlab/R2018b --x-libraries=/usr/X11R6/lib --enable-editline --enable-readline
    make

    The process goes without problem for a couple of seconds and then the first error comes up as below: (i Have attached the full log named build.out)

    ../../sac-102.0/src/dff/wrxdr.c: In function ‘wrxdr’:
    ../../sac-102.0/src/dff/wrxdr.c:72:14: error: ‘Ndxhdr’ undeclared (first use in this function); did you mean ‘xdrhdr’?
    72 | nlcmem = Ndxhdr[idfl];
    | ^~~~~~
    | xdrhdr

    I have tried the suggested debugging and the compilation is temporary solved but in further it comes up with a lot of unsolvable issues; So I wonder why "Ndxhdr" is being used for the first time and not defined in other codes. I believe issues like this are more likely to happen and this is only the first one. (imust admit that I'm 20% familiar with C++ and 90% with Python, So I'm fully aware of compilation and its related issues)

    All in all is there something missing or have I done the wrong way and used incorrect options for ./configure?

    *** I must admit that the readme.buildsac needs a lot of revise, like "--enable-matlab=" is not defined in configure and "--with-matlab=" is used instead. there are still lot's of issues that must be fixed as well.

    Great Regards
    Nima


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  • Hello Nima,
    Why don't you directly install sac executable binaries? They are already
    available through IRIS, and setting them up is easy. Instructions should be
    in a readme that comes with the package.

    Januka

    On Sun., 20 Mar. 2022, 10:14 pm Nima Dolatabadi (via IRIS), <
    sac-help-bounce<at>lists.ds.iris.edu> wrote:

    Hello Dear Developers:

    I'm trying to *Compile SAC-102.0 using source code *under *Ubuntu 20.04*:

    *Here I explain what I did:*
    first I have created a directory beside sac-102.0 named "build" and then: [image:
    Inline image]


    1. cd build
    2. ../sac-102.0/configure --enable-xdr --enable-zlib --enable-xpm
    --enable-png --prefix=/opt/SAC102 -enable-debug --enable-database
    --enable-xft --with-matlab=/home/nima/src/Matlab/R2018b
    --x-libraries=/usr/X11R6/lib --enable-editline --enable-readline
    3. make



    - The process goes without problem for *a couple of seconds* and then
    the first error comes up as below: (i Have attached the full log named
    *build.out*)


    *../../sac-102.0/src/dff/wrxdr.c: In function ‘wrxdr’:*
    *../../sac-102.0/src/dff/wrxdr.c:72:14: error: ‘Ndxhdr’ undeclared (first
    use in this function); did you mean ‘xdrhdr’?*
    * 72 | nlcmem = Ndxhdr[idfl];*
    * | ^~~~~~*
    * | xdrhdr*

    I have tried the suggested debugging and the compilation is temporary
    solved but in further it comes up with a lot of *unsolvable issues*; So I
    wonder why "Ndxhdr" is being used for the first time and not defined in
    other codes. I believe issues like this are more likely to happen and this
    is only the first one. (imust admit that I'm 20% familiar with C++ and 90%
    with Python, So I'm fully aware of compilation and its related issues)

    All in all is there something missing or have I done the wrong way and
    used incorrect options for ./configure?

    *** I must admit that the *r**eadme.buildsac* needs a lot of revise, like
    "--enable-matlab=" is not defined in *configure* and "--with-matlab=" is
    used instead. there are still lot's of issues that must be fixed as well.

    Great Regards
    Nima



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