Need clear directions to compile BSDFViewer 1.3 on Linux 64

The warning seems to be a spurious comment on the fact that I am using an "unnamed" struct in Radiance. There are many instances of this, so why it decided to complain this time, I have no idea.

Best,
-Greg

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From: Serge Neuman <[email protected]>
Subject: Re: [Radiance-general] Need clear directions to compile BSDFViewer 1.3 on Linux 64
Date: February 27, 2015 12:44:55 AM PST

Serge Neuman <Serge.Neuman@...> writes:

I am definitely not an expert of Linux and do need clear directions to

install

BSDFViewer1.3_ubuntu_64.tar on a brand new installed Ubuntu in a VirtualBox.

For sure the sudo ./install.sh is not working. I have spend some times to
figure out what is not working and then some times to find a post in which

the

full procedure is described. As I haven't found anything, I am now hopping

you

can help.

Thanks
Serge

Actually everything was good, it is just that the shell finishes on a
warning and I haven't paid attention that's a warning and not an error. Fact
is the software seems to work fine.

Knowing that I have tried to install it on LinuxMint 17.1. There I had to
add -fPIC to MACH in the RMakefile and after the g++ in the install.sh . The
shell still finishes on a warning
"BSDF.h:105:8: warning: 'SDComp_s" has a field 'SDComp_s::func' whose type
uses the anonymous namespace [enabled by default]
struct SDComp_s {
       ^
"
Whatever, BSDFViewer seems to work well.

Thanks
Serge