[GRASS-windows] Georectifier status

Moritz Lennert mlennert at club.worldonline.be
Fri Dec 14 10:38:32 EST 2007

On 14/12/07 16:32, Michael Barton wrote:
> This is a new error AFAIK. GUI's are like that. Someone changes 
> something somewhere else and it cascades into unexpected places. I don't 
> have time to do anything about it for a few days at best, but will look 
> into it when I can. You can always create the group using i.group from 
> within the xy location.

Michael, I just notice that it maybe wasn't clear from below mails that 
this is in Windows. So I'm not sure this is a new error, or just 
something related to Windows.

Have you (or your students) successfully used the Create/edit group 
button in windows ?


> Michael
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> On Dec 14, 2007, at 8:19 AM, Moritz Lennert wrote:
>> On 14/12/07 15:59, Patton, Eric wrote:
>>>> No, the gis.m georectifier is a replacement of i.points / i.vpoints. 
>>>> It should work, but I actually haven't tested it yet. So if you 
>>>> could that would be great.
>>>> Moritz
>>> Moritz,
>>> Sorry to take so long getting back to you on this.
>>> I have a unrectified scanned map that I have imported into an XY
>>> location. The map has a lat-long graticule on it, so I want to
>>> georectify it into a lat-long location, which I have also set up.
>>> In the gis.m georectifier window, I have selected the PERMANENT mapset
>>> of my XY location in step 1, and when I try to enter the group in step
>>> 2, I get the error "child process exited abnormally" as soon as I click
>>> the 'Create/edit group' button.
>>> Does this module rely on any scripts that may be broken due to msys path
>>> abnormalities?
>> I can confirm the error. For the moment, you should be able to work 
>> around it by creating the group in the xy location and then just 
>> selecting it, thus bypassing the create/edit step.
>> I'll have to look into that. Unless Michael can say something about it ?
>> Moritz

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