Hi Oliver, Thanks for the link to the arts-xml-data. It certainly made a big difference, let alone its size from 327 Mb (my 5 year old one) to 3.23 Gb (the latest).
"make check" results reproduce exactly what you described - only one error from "TestSpectroscopy.arts". Now I can be sure that my compile is accomplished. Many thanks to your help. Rgds, Reno On Fri, 9 Oct 2020 at 18:00, Oliver Lemke <oliver.le...@uni-hamburg.de> wrote: > Hi Reno, > > > On 9 Oct 2020, at 09:56, Reno Choi <renoc...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > Hi Oliver, > > > > Many thanks for the prompt response. Sounds like it's CTEST, not a > compile process. > > > > I followed your 1st test and showed 3 tests failed out of 71, > > > > 66 - arts.ctlfile.fast.artscomponents.helpers.TestRegridding (Failed) > > 70 - arts.ctlfile.fast.artscomponents.wfuns.TestSpectroscopy (Failed) > > 71 - arts.ctlfile.fast.artscomponents.cia.TestCIADerivs (Failed) > > > > Because of the following missing xml and data files, respectively. > > > > Cannot find input file: > spectroscopy/cia/borysow/Borysow_CIA_JUICE_SWI.xml > > Cannot find input file: spectroscopy/PartitionSums/TIPS/tips.xml > > Cannot find input file: > planets/Earth/ECMWF/ERA40/SurfaceAltitude_ERA40_1.0Degree > > > > Full screenshot is attached in "arts_make_check_results.txt". > > Since you're using the latest ARTS, you also have to make sure that you > check out the latest arts-xml-data from our subversion repository. > According to the path you specify in your cmake call, your still using > arts-xml-data 2.2.5. You can check out the current arts-xml-data with: > > svn co https://arts.mi.uni-hamburg.de/svn/rt/arts-xml-data/trunk > arts-xml-data > > > The 2nd test(make check-all) was carried out and 23 tests failed out of > 225. This is far better than my earlier report and almost all were due to > missing input files (Can you tell me where they are, btw?). The full > screenshot is also attached herewith as "arts_make_check-all_results.txt". > > > > One thing that caught my eyes was at "arts_convert" during the "make > check-all" process. It looks like arts' workspace methods are not well > understood in converting into Python. Is my understanding correct? and are > they to be examined before I use Pyarts? > > The conversion script currently just tries to convert every .arts > controlfile it can find. The once that are failing are outdated and will be > removed. It's safe to ignore these conversion failures for now. They have > no impact on PyARTS. > > Cheers, > Oliver > > -- Reno K.-Y. Choi, PhD M. (+82 0)10 4570 9066 O. (+82 0)64 780 6618 M. (+44 0)7946 459 108
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