[Kst] [Kst-plot/kst] 870d84: This is a new plugin designed to read FITS tables....
barth.netterfield at utoronto.ca
Thu May 22 18:33:58 UTC 2014
I'm looking into the linking issue.
Can you include a (small) demo fitstable file - maybe in
On May 15, 2014 1:00:08 PM Nicholas Chapman wrote:
> Branch: refs/heads/master
> Home: https://github.com/Kst-plot/kst
> Commit: 870d843c0fb100d079c1f46e322f89db733e9777
> 9777 Author: Nicholas Chapman <nchapman at u.northwestern.edu>
> Date: 2014-05-15 (Thu, 15 May 2014)
> Changed paths:
> M src/datasources/CMakeLists.txt
> A src/datasources/fitstable/fitstable.cpp
> A src/datasources/fitstable/fitstable.h
> A src/datasources/fitstable/fitstable.pro
> A src/datasources/fitstable/kstdata_fitstable.desktop
> Log Message:
> This is a new plugin designed to read FITS tables. Note, to compile KST
> on my machine (running OS X 10.6.8) required me to remove the
> KST_THREAD_LOCAL keywords from kst_atof.h and kst_atof.cpp. This was
> because my compiler does not seem to support "thread local storage".
> Secondly, I had to disable the fitsimage plugin in
> src/datasources/CMakeLists.txt. For some reason, I got errors as if the
> cfitsio libraries weren't being linked properly. This is most puzzling
> since I used the cfitsio libraries in fitstable, and they link just fine.
> Because I had to disable fitsimage, I can't test how fitsimage and fitstable
> interact when loading a file with the data wizard. Will fitsimage or
> fitstable get control of the file? fitstable will read the file, and if it
> is a fits file with at least one table extension with more than zero rows,
> then it will return a value of 80, indicating it can read the file.
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