In article <543kac$d23 at winx03.informatik.uni-wuerzburg.de>,
krasel at wpxx02.toxi.uni-wuerzburg.de (Cornelius Krasel) wrote:
> Hello folks,
>> has anyone successfully compiled the render program of the latest version
> of raster3d (2.2c) under Linux? I manage to compile the whole stuff with
> a couple warnings,
>> Warning on line 565: inconsistent calling sequences for local,
> arg 2: here integer*2 variable, previously character variable.
> arg 3: here integer*2 variable, previously character variable.
> Warning on line 565: inconsistent calling sequences for local:
> here 3, previously 7 args and string lengths.
>> but when I try to run it, I only get a "segmentation fault" somewhere in
> MAIN__ Due to my very limited knowledge of Fortran I haven't been able
> to track the error down further.
>> I use f2c-960315 with the latest version of fort77 (1.12) as a frontend
> which compiles render from 2.1 successfully. It doesn't manage 2.2beta
> either. Gut feeling is that something is overflown, but I don't know what :-(
>> I want those translucent surfaces :-)
I've a working binary of raster3d (I got my source at the end of
september, so i think it's 2.2c) with tiff-support. I build it on an old
Slackware 3.0 (Linux 1.2.13, gcc 2.7.0, ELF; SuSe Nov'95). It works - at
least the examples are produced. If someone is interested, I've also a
working OS/2 version.
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