teqc builds very old?

Douglas Hunt dhunt at ucar.edu
Wed Sep 18 15:46:40 UTC 2019

Hi Mike:  Is there any way to disentagle the non-disclosure code from
the rest of teqc?  It would be a pity to lose teqc as a viable tool just
because Lou retired.  Our project at UCAR/CDAAC uses teqc all over, and
we have been willing to accept binary-only code since we assumed it
would be supported by UNAVCO.


  Doug Hunt
  Software Engineer IV

On 9/18/19 8:58 AM, Mike Rost wrote:
> No teqc code can not be released under a GPL as it contains source
> code to access manufacturer data formats that are under a
> non-disclosure agreement.
> -M
> Mike Rost
> Software Engineer III
> On Tue, Sep 17, 2019 at 10:38 PM Anders Wallin
> <anders.e.e.wallin at gmail.com <mailto:anders.e.e.wallin at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     Does UNAVCO have a roadmap for making the teqc source available
>     under an open license? (maybe it already is? - but I found only
>     binaries on the website...)
>     If the source is hosted on e.g. github under a suitable license
>     there could be a community of users from various institutions that
>     can provide at least minimal maintenance (e.g. as OSs and
>     libraries evolve)
>     Anders
>     On Tue, Sep 17, 2019 at 5:54 PM Frederick Blume <blume at unavco.org
>     <mailto:blume at unavco.org>> wrote:
>         All,
>         Firstly, there will be no further updates too teqc.  It is
>         frozen in time as currently posted, with the final version
>         dated 2019Feb25.
>         However the fact that the executables are tagged with older
>         versions of a given OS does not indicate lack of compatibility
>         with current versions.  In the case of the Mac OS X version, I
>         am happily running the final teqc compilation on OS X 10.14.6
>         in spite of the fact that it was compiled on a Mac running an
>         earlier version of the OS.  We had been doing this to ensure
>         backwards compatibility with older OS versions.
>         In the case of Yolande’s linux version, the fact that teqc was
>         compiled on linux 2.x does not mean it won’t run on 5.x -
>         download it and give it a try.  As the note *1 on the
>         downloads page indicates:
>         "*1 crashes of one or the other build have occurred on various
>         Linux releases; if you have tried the statically-linked build
>         and it crashes, try the dynamically-linked build, or vice versa "
>         Best,
>         Freddy B. 
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