|Patches to 31DEC18|
This page most recently updated on $Date: 2019/04/10 21:45:48 $ (UT)
You will find patches to known bugs in 31DEC18 here.
With previous releases, we did not change the frozen release tar ball; user sites were required to download the text files and do any compilations themselves. But, beginning with 31DEC04, we provide binary releases for which user sites are not required to have compilers. Therefore, we have reversed our policy. These patches have been applied to the official code of 31DEC18 and may be downloaded using a 31DEC18 "Midnight Job". Any tarball taken after the change date listed below will already have the patches applied. Of course, you may still download and compile the files as before.
The following is a list of pointers to the different patches in this document.
VBCALdid not write the output data set. 2019-01-18
TYCOPand other tasks had the old number of columns for the SY table. 2019-02-13
TYSMOapplied clipping and flags inconsistently. 2019-03-05
FILIThad an infinite loop displaying the image facets and did not handle the roam function properly 2019-03-28
KNTRand other tasks truncated one of the "brightness" strings 2019-04-03
OOSUBdid not do channel dependent division correctly. 2019-04-10
The remainder of this document is comprised of the patch descriptions pointed to by the above references.
$HLPFIL) on your system.
TYCOP, PRTSY, VLAMP, SY2TY
SYtable. This caused issues over-writing memory, especially in optimised load modules.
$APGNOT) on your system.
$QNOT, $QPSAP, $QOOP, $APLSUB, $QPGOOPand your work area, resp.) on your system.
$APLNOTand your work area) on your system.
SYtable had to be updated for the new table format. Clipping was applied to the input to the MWF smoothing but was not applied to the output of the smoothing. Flagging was done on Psys even when no flagging on Psys was requested. A per scan normalization option was added.
$APGNOT, $HLPFIL) on your system.
FILITalso failed to detect that it was given a UV data set as the first input image.
$APGOOP, resp.) on your system.
$YPGM) on your system.
UVMDIVand has been present since 2008. A similar error in
EVAUVprobably never affected the output.
$QNOT, and a work area) on your system.
$) on your system.