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Now that the scripts in SeaDAS are written in python, how can I read and change the source code?
The scripts used to be in $SEADAS/src directory and could be easily found and changed. Is this still possible? I hope it is.
Thanks in advance,
The source code for the processing binaries are entirely unrelated to the python scripts (except that these scripts may call the binaries).
The source code will always be available - the location may change with the next release, but the files nonetheless will be available.
Sorry, but I couldn't find the binaries anymore (e.g. mumm.c) and I thought it was related to the phyton scripts.
I know it might sound silly, but I still can't find them, can you tell me where are they?
I couldn't find it in SeaDAS 6.2... but I did in 6.3 (/built/src).
Did I miss something when I installed SeaDAS 6.2? Strange, because it works...
You need to install the seadas_source.tar.gz bundle. This is not selected by default, so it may be that when you installed 6.2 you didn't install the source bundle.
As I recall, the on-line installation script doesn't have the option to install the source as it was separated from the base installation.