Compiling Davinci

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Dependencies

Davinci has the following optional dependencies it will search for. Davinci will operate without these but some functions may not be available.

* Readline
* X11/Xt
* Motif
* HDF5
* Vicar
* libisis
* FITS
* QMV
* libisis3
* Qt4

It may also be useful to set the display program with --with-viewer=foo, the text editor with --with-editor=foo, and the plotting program with --with-gnuplot=foo

Standard Linux Building Procedure

As root type the following commands.

$ ./configure
$ make
$ make install

If you are installing Davinci for the first time, you may need to set your .dvrc file to load the Davinci Scripts Library as detailed in Installation_FAQ.


Operating System: Mac OS X 10.6.4

Dependencies

  • Mac OS X 10.6.x
  • Xcode 3.2 (with X11)
  • MacPorts (Download)
  • xv (binary)
    • Unzip and move to /usr/local/bin or /opt/local/bin
  • gnuplot
$ sudo port install gnuplot
  • hdf5
$ sudo port install hdf5

Installation Procedure

  1. Download the most recent davinci source
$ tar zxf davinci-x.xx
$ cd davinci-x.xx/
$ env CPPFLAGS="-I/opt/local/include" LDFLAGS="-L/opt/local/lib" ./configure
$ make
$ sudo make install

Installation Procedure

  1. Download the most recent davinci source -- This includes iomedley and readline
  2. unpack by either double clicking on the zipped tarball or by typing tar -xzpf davinci-1.xx in the directory where davinci was downloaded
  3. change in to the davinci-1.xx directory. The steps below will compile davinci for mac without aqua (with X11). Remove "--disable-aqua" for a non-X11 compile. The --prefix allows the user to specify the installation directory.
$ ./configure --prefix="INSTALL DIRECTORY"
$ make
$ sudo make install

Operating System: Solaris 10 (Sparc) 64-bit Ultra 4

The method was tested in 64 bit Solaris 10 (SPARC) Ultra 4.

Davinci is installed using GNU gcc although some dependencies like HDF5 are easier installed using Studio 12.

Dependencies Installation (Not required, but highly recommended)

You can install a pre-built version of readline in Freeware for Solaris website . The easiest way to install readline is through pkg-get. First you install pkg-get (Typically in /opt/csw ) and then you can install the readline as follows:

pkg-get install readline

You can install a pre-built version of Gnuplot in Freeware for Solaris website . The easiest way to install readline is through pkg-get. First you install pkg-get (Typically in /opt/csw ) and then you can install the readline as follows:

pkg-get install gnuplot
  • HDF5 (Version 1.82)

HDF5 can be built using Sun Studio 12

Once Sun Studio is installed, set the environment variables CC and CXX as follows (Assuming C Shell)

setenv CC cc
setenv CXX cc

./configure
make
make install

Davinci Installation

Davinci can be installed using GCC so the CC variables have to be changed back to gcc This configuration was used on a test Solaris 10 Sparc 64-bit system and Davinci was built successfully. You may not necessarily follow these steps.

Building Utilities

- gcc: /usr/sfw/bin/gcc

- make: /usr/sfw/bin/make -> /usr/sfw/bin/gmake

setenv PATH ${PATH}:/usr/sfw/bin
setenv PATH ${PATH}:/usr/csw/bin
setenv PATH ${PATH}:/usr/ccs/bin
 
setenv CC /usr/sfw/bin/gcc
setenv CXX /usr/sfw/bin/gcc

Assuming davinci is installed under /opt/local

mkdir /opt/local/davinci-{version}
mkdir /opt/local/davinci-{version}/share
mkdir /opt/local/davinci-{version}/include
mkdir /opt/local/davinci-{version}/lib
mkdir /opt/local/davinci-{version}/bin

Configure and Make (as a user)

 ./configure -prefix=/opt/local/davinci-{version} \
--with-help=/opt/local/davinci-{version}/share/davinci/docs/dv.gih  \
--with-modpath=/opt/local/davinci-{version}/lib/davinci \

If readline is installed in some location not found by the configure set the path to it (For example if installed under /opt/csw add --with-readline=/opt/csw )

If HDF5 is installed in some location not found by the configure set the path to it (For example if installed under /opt/local add --with-hdf5=/opt/local)

If Gnuplot is installed in some location not found by the configure set the path to it (For example if the binary ois located in /opt/csw/bin/gnuplot add --with-gnuplot=/opt/csw/bin/gnuplot)

make

If the "install" script is missing from your path, use /usr/ucb/install

setenv PATH /usr/ucb:${PATH}

At the end perform the installation as root

make install

Building Davinci for Linux 64-bit

The position independent code needs to be enabled. For example

./configure
make
make install

To add ISIS3 reading (and eventually write) support:

./configure --with-isis3=/mars/common/isis3/x86_64/isis \
CFLAGS="-fpic" QTDIR=/usr/lib64/qt4
make
make install

For a more complete build, configure with

./configure --with-isis3=/mars/common/isis3/x86_64_Linux/isis \
CFLAGS="-fpic" QTDIR=/usr/lib64/qt4 \
--enable-libisis=/mars/common/isis/isisr/
--with-qmv=/mars/common/qmv/ \
--with-readline=/usr/lib64
make
make install


For the latest versions of ubuntu this command has woreked well:

./configure --prefix=/usr \
--disable-libisis \
--with-modpath=/usr/lib64/davinci \
--with-help=/usr/share/davinci/docs/dv.gih \
CFLAGS=-fPIC CXXFLAGS=-fPIC \
--disable-jbig --disable-lzma
make
make install

Building Davinci for Mars Space Flight Facility

For CentOS5 machines

To isolate each Davinci version from other versions, separate directories are created under /mars/common/ as follows:

Create new Directories. Replace {version} with new version number (e.g. 1.70)

mkdir /mars/common/davinci-{version}
mkdir /mars/common/davinci-{version}/share
mkdir /mars/common/davinci-{version}/include
mkdir /mars/common/davinci-{version}/lib
mkdir /mars/common/davinci-{version}/bin

Build and Install

 ./configure --prefix=/mars/common/davinci-{version} \
--with-help=/mars/common/davinci-{version}/share/davinci/docs/dv.gih  \
--with-modpath=/mars/common/davinci-{version}/lib/davinci \
--enable-libisis=/mars/common/isis/isisr \
--with-qmv=/mars/common/qmv
$ make
$ make install

Test it out by running

/mars/common/davinci-{version}/bin/davinci
dv>install_check()

If you see no significant errors, Then (make it official) by create new symlinks

ln -sni /mars/common/davinci-{version}  /mars/common/davinci

Make it davinci group writable

chgrp -R davinci /mars/common/davinci
chmod -R 775 /mars/common/davinci

Building RPM

Before you start building rpms, make sure you have rpmbuild installed. Probably you want to have a FITS and HDF5 support. You can either get them in the official websites, or just easier in http://www.rpmfind.net. Package names: cfitsio, cfitsio-devel, hdf5, hdf5-devel. If you want to use GUI module, lesstif and lesstif-devel are also required.

Building process as non-root user:

mkdir davinci
svn checkout http://oss.mars.asu.edu/svn/davinci/davinci/trunk davinci
svn checkout http://oss.mars.asu.edu/svn/davinci/davinci_build/trunk/linux davinci/build_utils
cd davinci/build_utils
./build_rpm

If everything went alright, the rpm files should be created on the davinci/build_utils directory.


Technical Info about building rpms: The building process is performed by build_rpm.sh script. This script will perform the following steps:

  • Create rpm building environment (devault ~/rpm)
  • Copy the spec file contrib/davinci.spec to the ~/rpm/SPECS and inject the latest davinci version (from version.h).
  • Copy the source file to ~/rpm/SOURCES
  • Create the appropriate directory name.
  • Invoke rpmbuild

When rpm is installed the files are installed as follows:

  • Binary /usr/bin/davinci
  • Libraries /usr/lib/libdavinci* /usr/lib/libiomedley*
  • Modules /usr/lib/davinci
  • Docs /usr/share/davinci/docs
  • Examples /usr/share/davinci/examples
  • Library Scripts /usr/share/davinci/library
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