[gmx-users] Error while compilation of Gromacs 3.3.1.....

sharada sharada at ccmb.res.in
Wed Jan 17 13:21:12 CET 2007

Thankyou Martin for the reply. Infact just after i posted the mail it struck me to use find and look for main.c and I did that and I could go further into the problems with more errors!!!!.  The lines do look the same for me without any breaks and however I could correct by retyping again those lines.  I have posted a mail before this.  Hope you get  your Doctorate soon !!. 
-- Original Message --
From: Martin =?utf-8?q?H=C3=B6fling?= <martin.hoefling at gmx.de>
To: Discussion list for GROMACS users <gmx-users at gromacs.org>
Date: Wed, 17 Jan 2007 10:55:26 +0100
Subject: Re: [gmx-users] error while compilation of Gromacs 3.3.1.....
Am Dienstag, 16. Januar 2007 11:13 schrieb sharada:
> compilation would go smoothly, however I donot know where is the 'main.c'
> program. If I am right then I would like to do this first,  if you can tell
> me where to look for main.c or is it possible ? with regards
> sharada
main.c is in ./src/gmxlib/main.c at least in svn.
Is there no find on your system? If it is, you can type "find . -name main.c" 
in src-root to find it.
On my computer, relevant main.c lines look like this:
#if (defined BUILD_MACHINE && defined BUILD_TIME && defined BUILD_USER)
          "The Gromacs distribution was built %s by\n"
          "%s (%s)\n\n\n",BUILD_TIME,BUILD_USER,BUILD_MACHINE);
Maybe your compiler breaks down the lines instead of interpreting the two " " 
as one. For me this part looks like perfect c-code but i am not sure 
if "strA""strB" as "strAstrB" is ANSI compliant. You could try to ask on the 
gromacs developer list if there's anyone who could explain or reproduce that 
P.S.: By the way sharada, i am just a diploma student working on his thesis 
and don't have "Dr." (i hope I will get one in future ;-) ). On lists like 
this, i think it's ok for most people to address them just with their first 
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