The MS-DOS distribution of GRTOOL contains the following files:
|GRMACRO.MAC||*||EMME/2 macro used to produce link data file|
|GRLINK.BAT||*||Batch file for transforming link-to-grid conversion|
|GRPARAM.BAT||*||Batch file for creating a graphic parameter file|
|GRANNOT.BAT||*||Batch file for creating an annotation from a grid file|
|GRLINKA.EXE||*||Binary program called by GRLINK.BAT|
|GRPARAMA.EXE||*||Binary program called by GRPARAM.BAT|
|GRANNOTA.EXE||*||Binary program called by GRANNOT.BAT|
|GSORT.EXE||*|| GNU sort utility, distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public Licence, used by |
|GAWK.EXE||GNU AWK interpreter, distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public Licence|
|GRLINKA.AWK||AWK source code of GRLINKA.EXE|
|GRPARAMA.AWK||AWK source code of GRPARAMA.EXE|
|GRANNOTA.AWK||AWK source code of GRANNOTA.EXE|
|README||Text file with last minute informations which may not be contained in the printed documentation|
To install GRTOOL,
create a new directory
\GRTOOL and copy all files marked
with * in the above list into it.
Add this new directory to the
in your AUTOEXEC.BAT file. Copy the macro file GRMACRO.MAC
into the EMME/2 application directory or into one of the directories that
appear in your E2MACROS variable, or, alternately, append the term
;\GRTOOL\?.MAC'' to your E2MACROS variable.
The GRTOOL programs check the path directories to find the location
of the GRTOOL program files. Due to limitations of the DOS batch
programming language, this auto detection might fail for very long
settings of the PATH variable. In this case, it is possible to add
a statement of the form ``
to indicate explicitly the location of the GRTOOL files, thereby disactivating
the autodetection feature.
The AWK source code files are not needed to run the GRTOOL programs. They are provided for your information. Note that if the compiled binaries of these AWK programs are not found, the GRTOOL programs will call the GAKW interpreter with the corresponding source files instead.