Unless you are in one of the small number of groups with access to
the old-format data, you will need to obtain the FRAME libraries.
These are available from the VIRGO project; they may be downloaded from
firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. In the SiteSpecific file, if you need the FRAME libraries, set a pointer to the directory containing them. NOTE: If you don't need the FRAME libraries, just set:
BUILD_FRAME = false
in SiteSpecific. All the other FRAME-specific defines are then ignored.
The GRASP interface to the FRAME library should work properly with every version of the FRAME library from 2.30 onwards. The GRASP interface to the FRAME library looks to see which version of the FRAME library you are using, and then generates the appropriate code. The FRAME library is designed to be backwards-compatible. For example, version 3.42 of the FRAME library can read files written with version 2.37 of the FRAME library. GRASP has been tested with versions of the FRAME .