[GRASS-dev] gis.m symbol error in cvs
michael.barton at asu.edu
Sat Oct 13 10:39:07 EDT 2007
I just ran into this too. I'm not sure whether it's only a product of my
changes of some weeks back to make multiple selections functional (there was
quite a bit of broken code that I fixed) or a combination of that and some
other changes elsewhere in GRASS. I thought I'd tested all aspects of
select.tcl, including symbol selection, but maybe I missed this part.
There is a special procedure for symbols that was inserted into select.tcl
awhile back (>1yr). Some of this may be what broke multi-selection code, but
I can't be sure of that. Now that multi-selection functionality is working
again, I'll look to see what is causing this problem with symbol selection.
It looks relatively simple to fix--but looks can sometimes be deceiving.
On 10/12/07 3:22 PM, "Trevor Wiens" <twiens at interbaun.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 12 Oct 2007 09:25:13 +0300
> "Maris Nartiss" <maris.gis at gmail.com> wrote:
>> You are right. It's broken.
>> Guilty lines - 199/227 at
>> Seems, that we need to go back to old, (ugly) code, if nobody comes up
>> with better solution. See attached patch. Somebody test && commit.
> I tested it locally and it works on my one system ( I don't have access to the
> other today ). I don't have cvs access so I can't commit it.
>> 2007/10/12, Trevor Wiens <twiens at interbaun.com>:
>>> On two systems I've tried, choosing point symbols results in a format of
>>> box at basic
>>> instead of
>>> basic / box
>>> As a result, the display of points fails
>>> Trevor Wiens
>>> twiens at interbaun.com
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School of Human Evolution & Social Change
Center for Social Dynamics & Complexity
Arizona State University
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