SUMMARY - USER INSTALL
To use NEMO make sure the following is present in your default startup file(s) .cshrc/.login:
setenv NEMO /home/nemoOf course the rootname of NEMO on your system will probably differ from the one listed in this example.
set path=( . $NEMOBIN $path )
A second method to load NEMO is by demand only, (so-called dynamic loading) by adding the following alias anywhere in your .cshrc file:
alias nemo 'source /home/nemo/nemo_start'
SUMMARY - USER INTERFACES
Most NEMO programs are invoked from the commandline, just like any other UNIX program, with a series of parameters of the form `keyword=value'. We call these program keywords, as the names of the keywords are unique to a program. The keyword= part is not needed in case the original order of the keywords is used. Once a keyword is specifically named, all remaining keywords need the keyword name too, e.g. `prognam val1 val2 key6=val6 key7=val7'. The value of a keyword can also be obtained from an 'include' file by using the keyword=@file construct.
There also exist a fixed set of system keywords, which are defined for every NEMO program. They are:
The alpha part typically shows inline help:
Reminder: environment variables can be set/reset using the shell commands setenv and unsetenv.
SUMMARY - ADVANCED USER INTERFACES
There are two more advanced (sometimes considered more user friendly) pieces of user interfaces to NEMO that are worth mentioning:
% miriad -b $NEMOBIN -p $NEMODOC
% mirman % mirman -tk % manlaser snapplot
The last command pertains to be smart about the NEMO manual pages, and searches for and prints the manual page for snapplot on your default laserprinter. Works fine on SUN workstations, but may need patchwork.