[GRASS5] Re: [GRASSLIST:5868] Re: Question regarding r.proj

H Bowman hamish_nospam at yahoo.com
Tue Mar 25 20:40:50 EST 2003

On Tue, 25 Mar 2003 12:07:09 -0800
"Victor Wren" <vwren at timension.com> wrote:

> Ahah, Eureka, gadzooks, et al!  The "-n" flag was the problem.  The
> flag doesn't exist in the man page, but in r.proj -help, it says
> "don't attempt to crop output map" which sounded like what I wanted. 
> That seems a little misleading to me, because even with the -n flag,
> the output is STILL cropped to the current region.  All that -n seems
> to do is use the current region for the output raster dimensions
> (whether it's bigger OR smaller than the source raster).  In other
> words, a more accurate description for the -n flag would be "Use
> current region for raster dimensions in preference to source raster
> dimensions, padding with nulls if necessary."

If folks concur, I'll make the changes to the man pages and main.c's
nocrop->description. I've never had to use the ?.proj programs so I have
no idea.

awaiting your response,

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