NOTE: GRB trigger data from GBM already have a standard set of response functions delivered to the data archive, so there is generally no need to redo them.
IMPORTANT PLEASE READ:
The script will run the system perl (/usr/bin/perl) by default. If you want to use a different version of perl (e.g. from macports) or if your perl is installed in a different location then be sure to specify the correct perl location as instructed in step 4 below.
Also make sure you install the Astro::FITS::CFITSIO module using the same perl interpreter that will be used to execute the scripts. If you installed Astro::FITS::CFITSIO module but the script gives an error that it can't be found, then it means that you may have (as in the case of macports perl) installed it for a different perl interpreter than is being called.
You can double check the perl interpreter with:
$ which perl
and then specify the path returned in step 4 below.
$ brew install cmake
$ brew install gcc
$ brew install cfitsio
(remove the sudo from the command line if not needed)
$ sudo port install cmake
$ sudo port install gcc6
Note: You can install a different gcc. It will work with gcc version 4.4.7 and above
$ sudo port install cfitsio +gcc6
Note: Make sure the variant matches the gcc version you installed.
(e.g. $ port install cfitsio +gcc46 if you installed gcc version 4.4.7)
You will need to install Astro::FITS::CFITSIO **after** you install the CFITSIO library. It can be installed from CPAN:
$ sudo cpan install Astro::FITS::CFITSIO
NOTE: If your CFTISIO library isn't located at /usr/local then you may need to specify its location with:
$ sudo CFITSIO=(base directory of library) cpan install Astro::FITS::CFITSIO
(e.g. $ sudo CFITSIO=/opt/local cpan install Astro::FITS::CFITSIO)
$ tar xvjf gbmrsp-2.0.10.tar.bz2
$ cd gbmrsp-2.0
$ mkdir build
You should have the following directory tree:
$ cd build
By default the software will install in /usr/local if this is what you want:
$ cmake ../src
Or to install to a different directory:
$ cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=your-target-directory ../src
(e.g. $ cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/home/jdoe/gbmrsp ../src)
If you would like or need to specify the compiler to be used:
$ cmake -DCMAKE_Fortran_COMPILER=(full path name of your compiler) ../src
(e.g. $ cmake -DCMAKE_Fortran_COMPILER=/opt/local/bin/gfortran ../src)
To specify which perl executable should be used:
$ cmake -DPERL_EXEC=(full path name of perl) ../src
(e.g. $ cmake -DPERL_EXEC=/usr/local/bin/perl ../src )
You can use multiple defines with the cmake command, for example:
$ cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/home/jdoe/gbmrsp \
Note: If the name of the compiler executable is something other than "gfortran" or "f95", or is not in the PATH you will have to specify it using
-DCMAKE_Fortan_COMPILER as shown above.
$ sudo make install
To uninstall the programs, using Finder (for Macs):