Before compiling or linking applications which call ARY_ routines, you should first ``log in'' for software development using these routines. This is done using the ary_dev command.
This will generate links to the ARY include files required for programming (note that this is only necessary if you reference ARY_ system include files, or call ARY_ routines explicitly in your application).
ADAM applications which call ARY_ routines may be linked with the link script ary_link_adam, which should be specified on the linker command line. For example, to compile and link an application called adamprog using the alink command, the following might be used:
% alink adamprog.f -o adamprog `ary_link_adam`
A ``stand-alone'' (i.e. non-ADAM) version of the ARY_ system is also available and should be used by those applications which do not use ADAM facilities. This version may be obtained by specifying the options file ary_link on the linker command line. For example, to compile and link a stand-alone application called prog, the following might be used:
% f77 -O prog.f -o prog `ary_link`
Both versions of the ARY_ system contain the same set of user-callable routines.