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of all files in mmconv distribution and even this README file.
Jan Labanowski, firstname.lastname@example.org
11 February 1994
This file describes how to make the utility program NEWGEO.
Brief description of distribution:
Two subdirectories are supplied. The first, called "utility" is a
utility library of routines used by NEWGEO (and other programs). The
second, "newgeo" contains the greatly abbreviated source code to the
NEWGEO program (only SYBYL mol/mol2 and MM2/MM3 file conversions).
Dr. Dora Schnur
Mail Stop U3E
Monsanto Agricultural Group
800 North Lindbergh Boulevard
St. Louis Missouri 63167 USA
Phone: (314) 694-1563 (Timezone is GMT+6)
This program is copyright 1994 by Monsanto Company. It is provided
without support of any kind. No warranty as to suitability of use
for any purpose is extended.
Please notify Dora Schnur at the above contact address if you obtain
a copy of this program. We would also appreciate bug reports and any
enhancements you may make to the code.
README.newgeo - this file.
utility.make - make file to build the utility library.
utility.h - the header file describing the library routines.
*.c - the source to the utility.a library.
newgeo.make - make file to build NEWGEO program.
newgeo.h - header file for NEWGEO.
*.c - source to abbreviated NEWGEO program.
1. NEWGEO compilation requires two environment variables (used in make file).
Define LOCAL_INCLUDES to be whatever directory contains the "utility.h"
header file (distributed in release/utility). Define LOCAL_LIBS to
be the directory that contains the "utility.a" library (also distributed
in release/utility). Alternatively, modify the newgeo.make and
utility.make files to use explicit paths rather than these environment
2. Cd to the utility directory and say "make -f utility.make". This builds
the utility library used in the next step.
3. Cd to the newgeo directory and say "make -f newgeo.make". The executable
is called "newgeo".
1. The full NEWGEO source was rudely truncated to the modules of interest.
The distribution compiles and links fine. When run, many more choices
are prompted for than are really available (only SYBYL and MM2/MM3 are
2. No testing was done on the abbreviated executable.