**Parameters:**-
*-mask**mask*Input mask (from find_mpup)*-max**max*Intput max (from find_max)*-cal**arc*Calibration frame*-reftable**arc_ref*Calibration lambda reference table*-fit**1*,1 Arc and Continuum fitting flag.- If
`FITCONT=n`

, fit every n-th max line only (i.e. every line for n=1). - If
`FITXXX<=0`

, the corresponding fit is actually not performed

*-tol**1*.e-2 Fitting tolerance*-default*Read default configuration (and save it to `mask`

)*-blaze*Use blaze function in fitting process (not implemented yet) *-nolocal*Do not compute local adjustment to mask - If

**Returns:**- Error status

**Todo:**- To compute the sky coordinates of the lenses, one needs to come back to the MLA level, study the distortion there,
*undistort*the observed positions, and then compute the sky coordinates.Implement the blaze option, in order to fit 0th/2nd orders weighted according to the blaze function.

Discard the need for the arc frame or for the max if they are not actually adjusted.

It is probably not a good idea to use a classical minimization scheme on such a noisy ill-conditionned problem. Maybe have a look at ``simulated annealing'' algorithm (cf.

`GSL`

), which could be however computation-time costly.Compute decent value for arc normalisation factor

`glnormmax`

(arc frame mean? 1st step value?)Use

`Fit_polynom`

(with automatic adjustment of polynomial degree) instead of`fit_poly_rej_nag_tab`

in local adjustment. Furthermore, since the sigma=f(lambda) is noisy, the sigma-clipping is not rebost enough, and one should enforce a physical selection over sigma right after pup_get_maxdata

**Note:**- You don't really need the arc frame if you don't fit it. The program still need a frame (to be changed), but as it is actually not used, the continuum exposure can do the trick.

**Warning:**- There's no way to check the channel of the input max.

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