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== Debugging in Linux/UNIX ==
 
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Debugging run-time errors:
 
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* recompile your code with -g
 
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* enable cores
 
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ulimit -c 10000000
 
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This allows core with a maximum size of 10M.
 
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* run your program
 
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* run the debugger
 
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gdb <executable> core
 
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inside the debugger you can use the commands such as "where", "print", "up",... See man gdb.
 
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== List of useful software ==
 
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* http://www.octave.org: Matlab alternative
 
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** [http://octave.sourceforge.net/ octave-forge] Additional toolboxes for octave
 
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** [http://ocgmod1.marine.usf.edu/wiki/index.php/NetCDF_toolbox_for_Octave octcdf] NetCDF toolbox
 
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** [http://ocgmod1.marine.usf.edu/wiki/index.php/Optimal_interpolation_Fortran_module_with_Octave_interface optiminterp] Simple optimal interpolation toolbox
 
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** http://yapso.sourceforge.org: Plotting extension for octave
 
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* http://www.gnuplot.info: Plotting program
 
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* http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/software/netcdf/: NetCDF library
 
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* http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/: Plotting program for Python
 
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* http://www.cygwin.com: UNIX-like environment for Windose
 
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* Fortran compilers
 
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**http://www.g95.org: g95 has a good support for the Fortran 1995 standard
 
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**http://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/GFortran: gfortran supports OpenMP
 
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