All general documents
Below is a list of all general documents.
In parentheses the name of the source file is given.
- Reset a specified architecture in the bookkeeper file
so that all sources will be rebuild.
- Schedule compile to update GIPSY libraries and applications.
- The file bookkeeper which resides in the gip_sys directory,
does the bookkeeping of GIPSY procedures and applications for
- Categories for tasks and subroutines
- Checks $gip_sys/bookkeeper for compiler or other errors.
- The file clients, which resides in the gip_loc directory,
contains a list of all host names which are GIPSY
- Describes how to compile/install a procedure/application
program, how to install a document or include file,
how to (un)reserve a source file with the program
- The file contents, which resides in the gip_lib directory,
lists the modules defined in the GIPSY library.
- Sets the environment for the GIPSY directory. The user gipsy
must run /bin/csh.
- The file depend, which resides in the gip_lib directory,
contains a dependency list of all GIPSY applications.
- Describes how GIPSY software is documented.
- A supplement to the dc1 document.
See also: Supplementary documentation. (ellint.tex)
- Creates an compressed exportable tar file of the GIPSY
sources and/or GIPSY binaries for all architectures for
- Compiles Fortran sources with the Fortran to C (f2c) compiler.
- This program generates C code for the F2C/C2F interface
- Searches for paths to the X11 include files and the
X11 library and when found produces the appropriate
- Handles GDS requests from GIPSY tasks.
- Determines architecture of host.
- Retrieves a file from the GIPSY source server.
- Retrieves GIPSY sources from the GIPSY source server.
- Describe GIPSY's Graphical User Interface
- Description of the Groningen Image Display Server.
- Set some GIPSY environment variables in .cshrc or .profile
for process wide use.
- Starts a GIPSY session with thermes.
- GIPSY starters document for Gopher
- The file grdevices, which resides in the gip_loc directory,
describes the available graphics devices.
- Categories for tasks and subroutines
- The file history, which resides in the gip_sys directory,
Maintains a history of all GIPSY source files.
- Generate .html files containing links to the ASCII-based
documentation (-.dc1, -.dc2, -.dc3, -.doc).
- Explanation of input syntax for GIPSY tasks
- Installs or reinstalls the GIPSY essentials. It also
creates the directory tree.
- File for Hermes prompt help
- Handles GIPSY (un)lock requests on files.
- List different files in two directories.
- Locks compile for GIPSY manager.
- The file lpdevices, which resides in the gip_loc directory,
describes the available printers which can be used for
printing by GIPSY applications.
- The file manager.mgr, which resides in the gip_sys
directory, contains the name, address and logname of
the GIPSY manager.
The file manager, which resides in the gip_loc directory,
contains the mail addresses of local GIPSY managers for
- GIPSY User Guide
- Creates bookkeeper file from scratch.
- Make current host a GIPSY client.
- The file mtdevices, which resides in the gip_loc directory,
describes the available magnetic tape devices.
- Starts a GIPSY session with nhermes.
- The file objects, which resides in the gip_lib directory,
lists the object files originating from GIPSY sources.
- The file offspring, which resides in the gip_sys directory,
maintains a list off files originating from GIPSY source
- Compiler options for some GIPSY source files
- Packs files so that they can be unpacked by xfile
- GIPSY Programmers Guide.
See also: Programmers documents. (pguide.tex)
- Description of the GIPSY PLot SERVER.
- pmails sends a mail message (file) to all GIPSY programmers.
- Maintains a list of all users who are allowed to
install GIPSY software.
- Registers a GIPSY installation or a new GIPSY user.
- Allows access to remote tape units.
- This file contains the name (or address) of the gipsy
server from which to obtain the sources. The file is
also used by programme report (bug).
- Describes the system dependent commands for compiling
and installing GIPSY source files.
- Creates a shadowtree (i.e. creates an new branch with
- Compiles SHELTRAN source code into FORTRAN 77.
See also: Sheltran. ()
- Generates the GIPSY system.
- The file tvdevices, which resides in the gip_loc directory,
describes the available tvdevices which can be used for
- Unlocks compile by GIPSY manager.
- Updates the GIPSY libraries and applications.
- General file extractor.