Re: [AMBER-Developers] test request for ambertools and Snow Leopard 64 bits kernel

From: Volodymyr Babin <>
Date: Wed, 25 Nov 2009 23:38:25 -0500 (EST)

> However, that's not the only discrepancy between Linux and Snow Leopard.
> Many of the entries for parts of BOND data structures (type, type2,
> jflag, etc.) are different. Sometimes, on Linux, the type entry for a
> certain bond will contain a large negative number (in the millions or
> higher), while on Snow Leopard the type entry for the same bond will be
> 0. Other times the difference is more subtle (e.g., -2 instead of 0, or
> the flag case above).

As far as I could understand the 'bond2' array gets malloc-ed and not
initialized (at least some members do not get initialized); therefore
those different values are to be expected (it is just garbage). OTOH,
this is not necessarily an error.



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