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NAME

       ncargf77  -  Command  for  compiling  Fortran  code  that uses the NCAR Graphics low-level
       utilities

SYNOPSIS

       ncargf77  [-ngmath]  [-smooth]  [-quick]  [-super]   [-agupwrtx]   [-ncarbd]   [-ngmathbd]
       [-ictrans] [-noX11] ...

DESCRIPTION

       ncargf77  is  a  script  that  invokes the FORTRAN 77 compiler/linker with the proper NCAR
       Graphics LLU (low-level utility) libraries.  Arguments presented above are associated with
       NCAR  Graphics.   All other arguments and options are identical to the f77 command on your
       particular machine; arguments that include quoted strings  may  have  to  be  enclosed  in
       single quotes.

       NOTE: ncargf77 cannot be used to compile NCAR Graphics Fortran programs that call the HLUs
       (high-level utilities).  You must use nhlf77 instead.  See the nhlf77 man  page  for  more
       information.

       In  order  to  run ncargf77, you must have your NCARG_ROOT environment variable set to the
       directory pathname where the NCAR Graphics libraries, binaries,  and  include  files  were
       installed.   If  you are not sure what NCARG_ROOT should be set to, please check with your
       system administrator or the site representative for NCAR Graphics.  If the  NCAR  Graphics
       libraries,  binaries,  and include files were not installed under one root directory, then
       you will need to set the environment variables  NCARG_LIB,  NCARG_BIN,  and  NCARG_INCLUDE
       instead.  Please see "man ncargintro" for more information.

       Note  that,  on  some  systems, if you supply your own binary libraries in addition to the
       ones automatically referenced by ncargf77, all the libraries must have been created  in  a
       similar fashion.

       OPTIONS

       -ngmath
              Links in the NCAR Graphics ngmath library.

       -smooth
              Link in the "smooth" objects.

       -quick Link in the "quick" objects.

       -super Link in the "super" objects.

       -agupwrtx
              Link in the "agupwrtx" library.

       -ictrans
              When  ncargf77 is invoked with the this option, the resulting executable will, upon
              invocation, send its metafile output to the  translator  ictrans.  The  environment
              variable  GRAPHCAP  must  be  set  to  a  valid graphics output device whenever the
              executable is executed.

       -ncarbd
              Use this option for  compilers  that  appear  to  be  having  trouble  initializing
              blockdata  variables.  It  will cause a small subroutine to be linked in that helps
              force the loading of blockdata initialization routines.

       -ngmathbd
              Just like with the -ncarbd option, use this option for compilers that appear to  be
              having  trouble  initializing  Ngmath-related  blockdata variables. It will cause a
              small subroutine to be linked in that helps force the loading of  Ngmath  blockdata
              initialization routines.

              Note:  this  option  doesn't  need  to  be  specified separately if you are already
              including the -ncarbd  and -ngmath options.

       -noX11 Do not link in the X library when linking the code.

              By default, ncargf77 will load the X11 library when linking your  Fortran  program.
              This is because the GKS library now has an X11 driver.  If you try running ncargf77
              and the compiler complains that it cannot  find  the  library  for  X11,  then  try
              running ncargf77 -L/xxx/yyy/zzz program.f where /xxx/yyy/zzz is the path leading to
              your X11 library.  If you do not have the X11 library, or else you just don't  want
              it to be loaded, you can use the -noX11 option.

SEE ALSO

       Online:  ictrans(1NCARG),  gcaps(1NCARG),  ncargcc(1NCARG), nhlcc(1NCARG), nhlf77(1NCARG),
       ncargintro(5NCARG)

       Hardcopy: NCAR Graphics Fundamentals, UNIX Version

COPYRIGHT

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       University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
       The use of this Software is governed by a License Agreement.