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DAP++ SDK 3.9.3 (18 May 2009)

Submitted by jimg on Mon, 05/18/2009 - 15:23

This version is a minor upgrade from 3.9.2 and contains a fix for the Attribute parser so that quotation is preserved when attribute objects are both read and written. This version of libdap is binary-compatible with 3.9.2.


Provided as time permits.

Linux Tux Logo Linux (x86_64)
CentOS 5.2, RPMs (gcc 4.1)
Linux Tux Logo Linux (i386)
CentOS 5.2, RPMs (gcc 4.1)
Mac OS/X Mac OS/X
32-bit Intel (gpg signature)
Windows Win32
Win32 installer (gpg signature). If you get one of our other Win32 packages (e.g., the one for loaddap) then you do not need to get this. This installer is intended for software developers using libdap on WinXP/Vista.

See below, Contributed builds, for additional binaries.

Required packages

The libdap 3.9.3 software requires libcurl 7.10.6, libxml2 2.6.16 and a modern pthreads library. To build from a fresh SVN checkout, you'll need automake 1.10, autoconf 2.61 and libtool 1.5.24.

Linux Tux Logo Linux (x86_64/i386)
Modern versions of Linux come with the needed libraries.
Mac OS/X Mac OS/X 10.4.10 or greater
OS/X 10.4.10 or greater has all of the required libraries you need to build the code. IF you have an older version of OS/X, you may will need to install libxml2; run 'xml2-config --version', if you get a response back that version 2.5.7 or greater is present, you're all set. See the third-party software page or go directly to the libxml2 page if you need the library.
Windows Win32
Our libdap binary distribution provides the required libraries (libcurl, libxml2 and libpthreads). If you have problems getting clients to run check your paths. If the problems persist, contact us, we'll be happy to help.

Source code

Version 3.9.3
libdap-3.9.3.tar.gz, gpg signature. Required: libcurl, libxml2 and pthreads. On linux you'll need the regular packages plus the '-devel' development packages for these. They are commonly present on machines configured for development. See above. If you are building the source on Windows XP or Vista you will need a fairly complex collection of tools. Assuming you have Visual C++ 9.0 (aka 2008) using the OPeNDAP Tools 1.1 (sig) installer will set up a build environment for you. This is the build environment used to make the binaries distributed here.

Contributed builds

Version 3.9.3
Contributed: Sharing your binary builds for those operating systems not available here.