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Dec 4, 2009 5:00:04 PM (14 years ago)

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    77<FONT SIZE=+2>Installation notes for GSAS with the EXPGUI GUI for Windows-95
    88and -NT</FONT></H1>
    9 <FONT SIZE=+0>Note that this is experimental software and these instructions
    10 have gotten only minimal testing. Report problems to
    11 <A HREF="">Brian Toby</A></FONT>
     9<EM>Please note that EXPGUI is still under development and gets less testing by the author
     10in Windows than in UNIX. Please report problems, including comments on
     11these instructions to
     12<A HREF="">Brian Toby</A>
    1314<P><B>1. Download the following files:</B>
     16Shift-click on the links below to download the files.
    1619<A HREF=""></A>
    2427<A HREF=""></A>
    25 (~300 K bytes)
     28(~340 K bytes)
     30Optionally download the TCLDUMP program to speed and enhance liveplot,
     31<A HREF=""></A> (~85 K bytes)
     33or <A HREF=""></A> (~160 K bytes)
    2735If you want to try the absolute latest release (which may not have gotten
    2836a lot of testing, but probably has new capabilities and bug fixes) shift-click
    2937on <A HREF="">
    30</A> in place of
    31 the expgui.exe file. You will need an unzip program to use this file.
     38</A> (~320 K bytes) in place of
     39the above expgui.exe file. You will need an unzip program, such as WinZip or pkZip, to use this file.
    34 You can put these .EXE files anywhere on your computer, but make a note of the
     42You can put these .EXE (and .ZIP) files anywhere on your computer, but make a note of the
    3543locations for steps 2 and 4, below.
    3947tcltk80p2+.exe, and expgui.exe (the order should not matter).
    4048[N.B. If using uncompress with a tool such as WinZip
    41 into c:/gsas/expgui]
     49into c:\gsas\expgui]
    4351This will cause the files to be unpacked. The default
    4452locations for installation are:
    45 <P>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; gsaskit_Jan98.exe&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
    46 c:/gsas
    47 <BR>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
    48 tcltk80p2+.exe&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
    49 c:/expgui
    50 <BR>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
    51 expgui.exe&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
    52 c:/gsas/expgui
     54           gsaskit_Jan98.exe   c:\gsas
     55           tcltk80p2+.exe      c:\expgui
     56           expgui.exe          c:\gsas\expgui
    5459<P>These files can be located on other disks and in directories with
    55 other names, but the expgui.exe files
     60other names, but the expgui files in expgui.exe
    5661<I><U>must</U></I> be located in a subdirectory of the GSAS files.
    5762If these files will be located on a fileserver, the file server
    5863must be mapped to appear as a disk drive (must be assigned a name
    5964such as F:).
     66If you are installing TCLDUMP, place the tcldump.exe file in the exe directory of GSAS,
     67(usually c:\gsas\exe\). If you downloaded, expand it first.
    6169<P><B>3. Create a shortcut:</B>
    8795<UL>You may want to modify the shortcut by modifying the properties to
    8896change the icon or the default properties.</UL>
    89 <B>4. Delete the downloaded .exe files to save space (optional)</B>
     97<B>4. Delete the downloaded .exe (and .zip) files to save space (optional)</B>
    91 <P>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; gsaskit_Jan98.exe
    92 <BR>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; tcltk80p2+.exe
    93 <BR>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; expgui.exe
    94 <BR>&nbsp;
     100<DD>          gsaskit_Jan98.exe
     101<DD>          tcltk80p2+.exe
     102<DD>          expgui.exe
     103<DD>          (
     104<DD>          (
    96107<P>More information about EXPGUI, including information on how it
    98109and <A HREF="">expgui_cfg.html</A>,
    99110found in the \gsas\expgui\doc directory.
    100 <BR>&nbsp;
    109120obviously a "power user" so take a look at the pkgIndex.tcl files and fix
    110121your version appropriately.
    111 <BR>&nbsp;</UL>
     122<BR> </UL>
    1121232. Do I need to modify the PATH, etc in my AUTOEXEC.BAT file?
    113124<UL>Only if you will use the PC-GSAS or GSAS.BAT menu programs as well.
    114125If so, do the following (from the GSAS readme file):
    115 <BR>&nbsp;
    116127<UL><TT>5. Modify the PATH statement in your autoexec.bat file to add C:\GSAS\EXE
    117128to the path (or whatever disk letter you choose for \GSAS)</TT>
    1271383. What versions of Windows can I use?
    128139<UL>This package has gotten some testing under Win95 and WinNT v4.0.
    129 My limited experience to Win98 seems to show that EXPGUI seems to
    130 run OK there.
    131 I would not expect this to run under Win32s on Win3.1.
     140My limited experience with Win98 seems to show that EXPGUI runs OK.
     141It might be possible to get some parts of the package to run under Win32s on Win3.1, but
     142don't ask me for help.
     1444. EXPGUI seems pretty slow, or is it my imagination?
     146Well, actually the problem is Windows. EXPGUI is pretty zippy in LINUX, but some operations
     147(reading a histogram in liveplot for example) can take 3-5 times longer in Windows than in UNIX.
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