[Ifeffit] Using windows apj files on linux

Bruce Ravel bravel at anl.gov
Tue May 29 15:19:33 CDT 2007

On Tuesday 29 May 2007, joshua jason kas wrote:
> I have an artemis project file that I
> started on my win xp machine and would like to use on the linux machine.
> When I open the apj file on linux, some of the information about the fits
> seems to be scrambled. Here are some of the symptoms.
>         1) The raw logs seem to have aquired the following
>             escape character at the end of each line: \x{d}
>            This shows up as a carriage return or end of line on this
> screen.
>         2) Quick summary of selected fits gives 0 for all reported values
>            (chisq, rfactor, nidp, etc) and does not report any guessed
>             parameters.

Hi Josh,

I am aware of this problem.  It's been annoying me also.  It would
seem (I haven't really investigated yet) that Artemis is getting
confused by end of line characters when it attempts to parse the raw
log file.  (The quick summary is generated on the fly from the raw

I think that the best work-around would be to rerun the fit when you
open the project on your linux machine.  Kind of lame ... I know.

This is on my list of bugs for the next release, which I will be
working on soon.


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