Bug 885 - MuSES importation of TDF File failing for 4.4.1 release
Summary: MuSES importation of TDF File failing for 4.4.1 release
Status: RESOLVED INVALID
Alias: None
Product: DIRSIG4
Classification: Unclassified
Component: Thermal (show other bugs)
Version: 4.4.1-release
Hardware: All All
: P5 critical
Assignee: Scott D. Brown
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Reported: 2011-06-29 12:47 EDT by Rolando Raqueno
Modified: 2011-06-29 16:11 EDT (History)
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Description Rolando Raqueno 2011-06-29 12:47:52 EDT
Importation of MuSES TDF files are failing for the standard release of DIRSIG 4.4.1

A sample error case can be viewed at 

     http://goo.gl/VQtRD

After speaking with Dave Rhodes, he mentioned that Niek compiled a version from him for a LINUX box.  The executable that works with the current TDF files (MuSES Version 10.0.2) has been uploaded to 

     http://goo.gl/JdSKK


The executable, called dirsig-tdf-4.4.1 shows the same release number as the official version.

We can work on the LINUX systems for now, but would like to propagate that correction to the other architectures.

Rolando
Comment 1 Scott D. Brown 2011-06-29 16:11:22 EDT
As per the 4.4.1 release notes, MuSES support was only introduced for Windows 32-bit and 64-bit systems.  This is because at the time of release we did not have a compatible version of TDFIO for Linux 32-bit or 64-bit.  TAI provided an updated version of the TDFIO library after the 4.4.1 release, so Niek cut a special version for Dave Rhodes using the 4.4.1 release tag (which is called "dirsig-4.4.1-muses" and not "dirsig-tdf-4.4.1" on the RIT 64-bit Linux machines). Also note that MuSES support in DIRSIG will not appear until TAI actually supports MuSES on OSX and can provide the TDFIO lib for that architecture.

For the official 4.4.2 release, we will extend the support to Linux 32-bit or 64-bit machines.

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