file_db_mat - (MACRO) Debug printing of a matrix
Example compile flags (system dependent):
-DLINUX_X86_64 -DLINUX_X86_64_OPTERON -DGNU_COMPILER
-lKJB -lfftw3 -lgsl -lgslcblas -ljpeg -lSVM -lstdc++ -lpthread -lSLATEC -lg2c -lacml -lacml_mv -lblas -lg2c -lncursesw
void file_db_mat(const Matrix *mp);
This macro prints a matrix to a file in the current directory with the same
name as the variable. The file and line number of the matrix being output to
the are printed on standard error. Its behaviour is a function of the
debugging level, which can be set through the option "debug" if the KJB
library options are being made available to the user. The macro is available
for both development and production code, but since the default debug level
is different in the two cases, the default behaviour is different. The
default level for development code is 2, whereas for production code it is 0.
If the debug level is 1 (or more), then the matrix is output to a file which
has the same name as the variable. If the debug level is 3 (or more) the
output is full precision.
This macro is only avaible with compilers which have "hash mark
substitution. With compilers that don't, a message to this effect is
db_mat, db_rv, db_cv, dbm, dbo, dbp, dbx, dbc, dbf, dbi, dbr, dbw, dbe, dbs
This software is not adequatedly tested. It is recomended that
results are checked independantly where appropriate.