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My version of Dunc Lorimer's public free searching software http://sigproc.sourceforge.net
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About ============== Hello. This is the readme for Michael Keith's release of Duncan Lorimer's SIGPROC. SIGPROC is a pulsar search processing software: See the documentation at http://sigproc.sf.net/ Compilation ============== To compile from the source distribution, you need GNU autotools. If you don't have autotools, or it doesn't work for you, you will need to obtain a distribution version of sigproc. This can be downloaded and installed through psrsoft (http://www.pulsarastronomy.net/wiki/Software/PSRSoft) or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to get an up-to-date tarball. ./bootstrap ./configure --prefix=/path/to/install make make install The GNU automake system accepts many "standard" variables for controling how your system is detected, including the following very useful variables... If you need to set your compilers (e.g. if you have gfortran and g77 installed) set the following variables prior to ./configure (e.g. for gcc and gfortran) e.g. FC=gfortran F77=gfortran CC=gcc CXX=g++ If you have strange compile-time options that need to be set (e.g. for PGPLOT) set the following variables prior to ./configure e.g. CFLAGS=-I/pgplot/include/path CXXFLAGS=$CFLAGS LDFLAGS=-L/pgplot/lib/path If you need special fortran compiler flags... e.g. FFFLAGS=-ffixed-line-length-none