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#37 fixed WRITESEED uses false byte order MarcusWalther Franz
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At least on little endian machines WRITESEED seems to swap data bytes. This was working in a version from 2006.

Also see http://list.seismic-handler.org/pipermail/users/2011-May/000102.html

#38 worksforme locdiff - segmentation fault in version 5.5 2011 MarcusWalther sdonner
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Hi

I just installed the new version of SH (version 5.5 February-2011, Copyright (C) 2011) Using the utility "locdiff" results in "Segmentation fault".

I tried to recompile everything in the sh/util directory as root with the command make -f Makefile

Result: make libutil.a butfreq butrec fconcat fereg findevnt flf2flt evalflf catflf locadd locdiff find_next_loc restfreq restrec simfreq simrec q2gse hypo_stlist ev2telex ev2hypo ev2hyposat ev2hypocenter ev4hypocenter ev4hypou ev2view ev2bull autoloc2evt evt2reltimes evt2relonset evt2phasetimes relonset2slo onset_convert check_evt reformat_locsat_out archevent_shc timename evt_copy_and_split evt_time_sort evt_correct_aniso evt_extract_ms qed_ms_make_evt vrs_read_diff traveltime slo2distance statinf fit_travel fit_travel2 crusttrav fit_to_line getresid floatop weather2ascii beamloc stddev find_topo30_id stringop lynx_reformat auto_statlist richter_ml make[1]: Entering directory `/usr/local/sh/sh/util' ar r libutil.a eventdsc.o evtelex.o evhypo.o evhypout.o timelist.o evbullet.o; libutil.a ar: creating libutil.a /bin/sh: libutil.a: command not found make[1]: * [libutil.a] Error 127 make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/local

But the libutil.a file is existent. I helped myself by copying the executable of an older version from a colleague ...

Cheers

#42 fixed standard magnitudes MarcusWalther SWendt
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Improve SH to use adopted poles and zeros for Wood-Anderson simulation filter and updated static magnification.

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