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=== Dependencies ===
 
=== Dependencies ===
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XDSGUI depends on [[generate_XDS.INP]], [[XDS-viewer]], and of course [[XDS]] (both the xds and xds_par binaries!), [[XDSCONV]], and [[2cbf]]. The ''statistics'' tab requires [[XDSSTAT]] and [[XDSCC12]]. [[Eiger]] data processing requires <code>h5dump</code> and <code>H5ToXds</code> (or equivalent). One of the items in the <code>tools</code> tab calls a graphical file comparison program; if the default (xdiff) is not available, [http://furius.ca/xxdiff xxdiff] or [http://sourceforge.net/projects/tkdiff tkdiff] or [http://kdiff3.sourceforge.net/ kdiff3] or [http://meldmerge.org/ meld] may be used - please adjust the commandline below the button accordingly. See also [[Installation]].
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XDSGUI depends on [[generate_XDS.INP]], [[XDS-viewer]], and of course [[XDS]] (both the xds and xds_par binaries!), [[XDSCONV]], and [[2cbf]]. The ''statistics'' tab requires [[XDSSTAT]] and [[XDSCC12]]. [[Eiger]] data processing requires <code>h5dump</code>, and either the <code>H5ToXds</code> binary or the <code>dectris-neggia</code> library (download from Dectris!). The latter should be put into a directory (e.g. /usr/local/lib64), and the full path to it (e.g. /usr/local/lib64/dectris-neggia.so) should be entered into the "generic frame library" entry, in Menu->Settings.  
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One of the items in the <code>tools</code> tab calls a graphical file comparison program; if the default (xdiff) is not available, [http://furius.ca/xxdiff xxdiff] or [http://sourceforge.net/projects/tkdiff tkdiff] or [http://kdiff3.sourceforge.net/ kdiff3] or [http://meldmerge.org/ meld] may be used - please adjust the command line below the button accordingly. See also [[Installation]].
    
Technically, the word "dependency" means that these scripts/programs should be in your $PATH - an 'alias' is often not good enough because the ''TOOLS'' commands use <code>bash</code> as a shell, and that shell does not inherit the aliases from e.g. (t)csh.
 
Technically, the word "dependency" means that these scripts/programs should be in your $PATH - an 'alias' is often not good enough because the ''TOOLS'' commands use <code>bash</code> as a shell, and that shell does not inherit the aliases from e.g. (t)csh.
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