[GRASS5] Using 'vask' library

Aleksey Naumov naumov at acsu.buffalo.edu
Tue Feb 12 13:34:47 EST 2002

Glynn, thank you for the very detailed explanation, it was right on target! 
The program works ok now, once it was linked against $(CURSES).

Markus, thanks for updating the docs!


hit the problem right on

On Tuesday 12 February 2002 02:42, Glynn Clements wrote:
> Markus Neteler wrote:
> > I have changed the old passage:
> [snip]
> > to (new):
> >
> > \textbf{Note.} The target \textit{pgm} depends on the object files
> > \$(OBJ) and the \textit{Vask Library} \$(VASKLIB). This is done so that
> > modifications to any of the \$(OBJ) files or to the \$(VASKLIB) itself
> > will force module reloading. Linking against the Vask library is
> > \$(VASKLIB) \$(CURSES), it specifies both the UNIX curses and
> > termcap/terminfo libraries as well as \$(VASKLIB).
> >
> > [sorry for the Latex markup]
> > Does this change make sense? If not, please correct, then I publish the
> > updated PDF.
> The phrase "Linking against the Vask library is \$(VASKLIB) \$(CURSES)"
> isn't grammatically correct. It should probably say something like
> "Linking against the Vask library is performed using \$(VASKLIB)
> \$(CURSES)"
> Apart from that, it's OK.

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