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Modified Mon Jun 26 02:25:41 2006 UTC (12 years, 10 months ago) by woo409
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Diff to previous 748
+ Added a qsort.c file which contains a drop in replacement for qsort (call it as qsortG). This one appears to be a stable implementation and the test .msh files on windows have been set up to be the same as unix again except for the exponent digits (3 instead of 2).
With ALL the qsorts replaced with qsortG only two tests fail now on win32:
test_normal_onFunctionOnContactOne
test_normal_onFunctionOnContactZero

Both give wrong result errors.

I will check this same code on the altix (including the use of qsortG and see if Altix has the same problem.

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Modified Sat Jun 24 15:09:10 2006 UTC (12 years, 10 months ago) by woo409
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Diff to previous 743
+ run_generators.py now has a commented section that you can uncomment to have it dump out the reference files
+ Win32 output files differ not only in the exponent (e+000 instead of e+00) format but also in order for part of the file. The same code has been compiled on altix and it passes the tests with the original files. I've no idea why the win32 version produces a different order.
THIS REQUIRES FURTHER INVESTIGATION
Does the output file require the lines to be in a specific order (it doesn't appear to effect anything else)?

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Added Sat Jun 24 11:44:55 2006 UTC (12 years, 10 months ago) by woo409
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+ Some additional files for the win32 port
  + The additional test meshes are because windows produces floating point numbers like this 12e+001 where are unix is 12e+01
  + nelix_kb_options.py is my notebooks config file. I've included it as an example of win32 compilation options
  + system_dep.h is there for win32 shared library function export/import macros and also to use the intel mathimf.h library since the standard MS VC++ math.h doesn't have all the necessary functions. NOTE this file must be included before all other headers to prevent inclusion of math.h

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