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#674 fixed gmew needs to have a way to identify horizontal channels that are numbers somebody paulf

The gmew module needs a ChannelNumberMap? option to identify channels that are labeled HN1/HN2 as horizontal channels.

#672 fixed Add ARM Linux support somebody baker

Mario Rodríguez Marín reports in the Earthworm Forum (!topic/earthworm_forum/fOt7f5yiDv4) that Earthworm fails to build on a Raspberry Pi.

I do not have a Raspberry Pi, but I have used Earthworm on other ARM platforms, with (armhf) and without (armel) hardware floating-point.

I fixed the code and makefiles to work with my BeagleBone? Black running Debian wheezy. There is a new environment script, ew_linux_arm.bash. It probably works with dash or bash, but I did not try dash. If you install gfortran, you will get the Hypo2000 modules.

If there are problems compiling and running on any ARM platforms, please report them and I'll have a look.

#671 fixed ubuntu 18.04 EW 7.9 compile error for sudsputaway.c somebody paulf

A user sent us this directly:

From: Ran Nof <rann@…> Subject: Earthworm compiling error

Message Body: Trying to compile earthworm 7.9 on UBUNTU 18.04 gives following error:

Note! environments are set with: sed -i 's/export EWBITS=32/export EWBITS=64/' environment/ew_linux.bash

systems is installed with packages: make autoconf automake libtool gcc gfortran g++ gcc-multilib ######### ERROR MESSAGE: ######### sudsputaway.c: In function 'SUDSPA_next': sudsputaway.c:451:32: error: 'INT32_MIN' undeclared (first use in this function); did you mean 'INT_MIN'?

if (l_data[j] < (float)INT32_MIN)


sudsputaway.c:451:32: note: each undeclared identifier is reported only once for each function it appears in sudsputaway.c:453:38: error: 'INT32_MAX' undeclared (first use in this function); did you mean 'INT32_MIN'?

else if (l_data[j] > (float) INT32_MAX)


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