[GRASS5] Almost there...

Glynn Clements glynn.clements at virgin.net
Sat Feb 1 13:40:07 EST 2003

Markus Neteler wrote:

> > The best approach is to start with a Gmakefile from a similar module,
> > preferably one which uses the same libraries, and ideally one which is
> > under active development (so that the Gmakefile is more likely to be
> > up-to-date).
> If you don't want to download the full source code for that,
> you can simply go to the CVS page on the GRASS web site and
> use the CVS HTML interface. This enables you to download individual
> files from CVS and/or tar balls from (sub)directories.

Anyone wishing to compile their own modules has to have the GRASS
source code. The binary distributions don't contain any libraries
except libgis/libdatetime, or the headers for any other libraries, or
any of the files from src/CMD which are required by the gmake5 build

Glynn Clements <glynn.clements at virgin.net>

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