Commit 578ca27b authored by hrchilds's avatar hrchilds

Update from February 25, 2005

git-svn-id: http://visit.ilight.com/svn/visit/trunk/src@420 18c085ea-50e0-402c-830e-de6fd14e8384
parent ced1dfe9
......@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ shell prompt.
Mesa 5.0 3-D Graphics Library http://www.mesa3d.org/
Python 2.1.2 Scripting Language http://www.python.org
Qt 3.3.2 GUI Toolkit http://www.trolltech.com
Silo 4.4.1 File I/O library http://www.llnl.gov/bdiv/meshtv
Silo 4.4.2 File I/O library http://www.llnl.gov/bdiv/meshtv
VTK 20031028 Visualization Toolkit http://www.kitware.com
......@@ -405,6 +405,21 @@ setenv LD_LIBRARY64_PATH $QTDIR/lib:$LD_LIBRARY64_PATH # SGI
# remove "/usr/X11R6/include" from QMAKE_INCDIR_X11
# remove "/usr/X11R6/include" from QMAKE_INCDIR_OPENGL
#
# On linux systems using the gcc 2.96 compiler, the compiler has a bug that
# causes most of the text fields that contain numeric values to have 1
# added to the 6th digit. For example, 1 is displayed as 1.00001. To
# correct this problem you will need to replace the code in the function
# doubleToString in the file src/tools/qlocale.cpp with
#
# char str[80];
# sprintf(str, "%g", d);
# QString num_str(str);
#
# return num_str;
#
# You will also need to add "#include <stdio.h>" at the beginning of the
# file to get the prototype for sprintf.
#
# On linux systems if the OpenGL library is built with threading support,
# qt won't by default compile the QGL widget. To overcome this problem you
# will need to add "-thread" to the configure line. When qt creates the
......@@ -541,8 +556,8 @@ CFLAGS=-O2 with CFLAGS="-64 -O2" in the configure command below.
#
# Build Silo
#
sh silo041018.sh
cd silo041018
sh silo050228.sh
cd silo050228
env CFLAGS=-O2 ./configure --without-readline --without-hdf5 --without-exodus
make
......@@ -550,12 +565,12 @@ make
# Install it in the visit directory under the silo directory.
#
mkdir $VISITDIR/silo
mkdir $VISITDIR/silo/4.4.1
mkdir $VISITDIR/silo/4.4.1/$VISITARCH
mkdir $VISITDIR/silo/4.4.1/$VISITARCH/{include,lib}
cp silo/silo/silo.{h,inc} $VISITDIR/silo/4.4.1/$VISITARCH/include
cp silo/sdx/sdx.{h,inc} $VISITDIR/silo/4.4.1/$VISITARCH/include
cp lib/libsilo.a $VISITDIR/silo/4.4.1/$VISITARCH/lib
mkdir $VISITDIR/silo/4.4.2
mkdir $VISITDIR/silo/4.4.2/$VISITARCH
mkdir $VISITDIR/silo/4.4.2/$VISITARCH/{include,lib}
cp silo/silo/silo.{h,inc} $VISITDIR/silo/4.4.2/$VISITARCH/include
cp silo/sdx/sdx.{h,inc} $VISITDIR/silo/4.4.2/$VISITARCH/include
cp lib/libsilo.a $VISITDIR/silo/4.4.2/$VISITARCH/lib
cd ..
......@@ -786,9 +801,9 @@ env command for configure.
#
# Build and install it in the visit directory.
#
gunzip visit050110.tar.gz
tar xf visit050110.tar
cd visit050110/config-site
gunzip visit050307.tar.gz
tar xf visit050307.tar
cd visit050307/config-site
echo VISITHOME=$VISITDIR > `hostname`.conf
sed "s/ARCH/$VISITARCH/" Template.conf >> `hostname`.conf
cd ..
......@@ -797,12 +812,12 @@ make
clearcase_bin/visit-bin-dist
# Use the appropriate install command based on the operating system on
# which you built VisIt.
clearcase_bin/visit-install 1.4.1 aix $VISITDIR
clearcase_bin/visit-install 1.4.1 irix6 $VISITDIR
clearcase_bin/visit-install 1.4.1 linux $VISITDIR
clearcase_bin/visit-install 1.4.1 linux-ia64 $VISITDIR
clearcase_bin/visit-install 1.4.1 osf1 $VISITDIR
clearcase_bin/visit-install 1.4.1 sunos5 $VISITDIR
clearcase_bin/visit-install 1.4.2 aix $VISITDIR
clearcase_bin/visit-install 1.4.2 irix6 $VISITDIR
clearcase_bin/visit-install 1.4.2 linux $VISITDIR
clearcase_bin/visit-install 1.4.2 linux-ia64 $VISITDIR
clearcase_bin/visit-install 1.4.2 osf1 $VISITDIR
clearcase_bin/visit-install 1.4.2 sunos5 $VISITDIR
When running the configure script you can enable or disable certain dependent
packages. All the configure options are listed at the beginning of the
......
......@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ Unix and Mac OS X:
where
"version" will be 1.4.1 for the current distribution.
"version" will be 1.4.2 for the current distribution.
"platform" will be one of the following: aix, darwin, irix6, linux,
osf1, or sunos5 depending on the machine. The one you use should
......@@ -28,17 +28,17 @@ Unix and Mac OS X:
For example
visit-install 1.4.1 irix6 /usr/local/visit
visit-install 1.4.2 irix6 /usr/local/visit
will install the irix6, 1.4.1 version of visit in the directory
will install the irix6, 1.4.2 version of visit in the directory
"/usr/local/visit". Note that you will need to have the file
"visit1_4_1.irix6.tar.gz" present in the current directory for this
"visit1_4_2.irix6.tar.gz" present in the current directory for this
to function properly. You can install multiple binaries into the
same directory. For example, you could then execute
visit-install 1.4.1 linux /usr/local/visit
visit-install 1.4.2 linux /usr/local/visit
to add a linux, 1.4.1 version of visit to the same directory.
to add a linux, 1.4.2 version of visit to the same directory.
2. Add the bin directory below the installation directory
(/usr/local/visit/bin in our example) to each user's search path.
......@@ -76,8 +76,8 @@ Unix and Mac OS X:
Windows:
1. Copy the file visit1.4.1.exe to your desktop.
1. Copy the file visit1.4.2.exe to your desktop.
2. Double click on the visit1.4.1.exe icon to run the installer.
2. Double click on the visit1.4.2.exe icon to run the installer.
3. Follow the directions provided by the installer.
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