[GRASS-windows] Running a bash script in Wingrass...
lponti at infinito.it
Thu Jul 24 04:25:23 EDT 2008
Marco Pasetti wrote:
> Hi Jonathan,
>> I have the latest and greatest wingrass installed, as well as
>> MSYS/MINGW, and I'm trying to figure out how, exactly, to launch a
>> bash script I've created (and successfully run) on a unix box. From
>> boot time to actually calling the script, what is the order of ops?
>> I've tried launching grass via the -text command, but typing the full
>> path to my .sh script once in grass just opens the script in a
>> windows text editor. Help!
> 1. copy your foo.sh scripts in \GRASS\msys\home\Jonathan (or your
> username, if different)
> 2. go to the GRASS start group and click on GRASS MSYS Console
> 3. type grass63 and enter
> 4. open the desired location and map
> 5. focus on the previously opened msys console and type foo.sh
On my wingrass downloaded and installed yesterday, it says:
sh: grass63: command not found
In the msys.bat script there is no reference to GRASS and in the msys
folder there is no file called grass63: why should it work?
Thanks and regards,
> job done
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