[GRASS-dev] pj_transform problem: failed to load NAD27-83 correction file

Yann Chemin ychemin at gmail.com
Thu Oct 19 19:15:14 EDT 2006

Here is the code:
it simply fills up the pixels with Latitude values.


You may run it on any raster (i.e. elevation.10m) in Spearfish and it
will return that error.


On 20/10/06, Paul Kelly <paul-grass at stjohnspoint.co.uk> wrote:
> On Fri, 13 Oct 2006, Yann Chemin wrote:
> > Hi list,
> >
> > I am trying to make a program writing a latitude map. it works in a
> > lat/lon projection, but the only non-ll mapset i have is Spearfish,
> > and when testing on it, it returned this:
>        ^^^^^^^^^^^^
> What exactly are you doing to test it (areas covered by locations, command
> line used etc.)? Are you sure the data you're trying to project falls
> within the area covered by the conus datum transformation grid used in
> Spearfish? PROJ emits that same error message for a rather large variety
> of different error conditions so it's hard to know exactly what's going
> on.
> >
> > pj_transform() failed
> > cause: failed to load NAD27-83 correction file
> >
> > GRASS_INFO_ERROR(19542,1): Error in pj_do_proj
> >
> > How can i get through this problem? is it a problem in compilation of proj?
> > thanks,
> > Yann
> >
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