We do not have a single configure and make procedure for building Ferret. There is a README file in the directory FERRET/fer, which is quite old but still probably useful, and here's a more informal list of the steps you'll need to go through.
If you're successful, we'd appreciate having the binaries back to release to others as one of our "Cooperatively Supported" systems. Also, we'r
Thank you for your interest in Ferret and in compiling Ferret. This
document is designed to assist in getting Ferret compiled and linked
on your system. NOTE: These procedures have only be confirmed to work
on the following systems:
Digital Unix v4.0
Sun Solaris v2.4
RedHat Linux v5.0
These are the only systems we have access to, and therefore the only
FERRET benchmarks README file
Running the benchmarks and interpreting results.
After building Ferret, make a few simple tests for command-line reading,
script reading, file reading, for example
yes? list/L=1:5 L
yes? go ptest
yes? use coads_climatology
yes? show data
When Ferret is running, the benchmark tests will verify its performance. To run the benchmarks,
FERRET documentation: *sh* 11/91
Documentation files are provided in two forms - Post
A special note for AIX users of Ferret
Two environment variables unique to the AI
Known Bugs and Not-yet-implemented Features In the
This package provides generic linked-list manipulation routines.
In addition, queue an
This directory contains example programs that make use of the list package.
In this directory are t
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