[GRASS-dev] running v.surf.rst from GUI
hmitaso at unity.ncsu.edu
Wed Mar 19 13:48:29 EDT 2008
Can somebody please verify that v.surf.rst is crashing the GUI in the
latest SVN trunk?
It works fine for me in the August 2007 version on Mac and February
18 version on linux.
We don't want to get this bug into the release,
On Mar 19, 2008, at 1:26 AM, Michael Barton wrote:
> On Mar 18, 2008, at 10:09 PM, Helena Mitasova wrote:
>> On Mar 19, 2008, at 12:49 AM, Michael Barton wrote:
>>> On Mar 18, 2008, at 9:39 PM, Helena Mitasova wrote:
>>>> Michael - I have added an example from the book at the bottom of
>>>> this page - please try it and let me know whether it works.
>>>> Please keep in mind that r.resample* is for reinterpolation of
>>>> continuous data to a different resolution not for interpolation
>>>> from scattered data (see the equations in the Appendix on what
>>>> it does) (r.surf.idw is designed for scattered data input in
>>>> raster format). You should convert your points from raster to
>>>> vector points and use the v.surf* modules to interpolate.
>>>> I hope this helps and let me know if the examples don't work
>>> Thanks Helena. The issue that I ran into today (embarrassingly
>>> with my class) is that of the v.surf.*modules, v.surf.bspline
>>> does not work (I reported this sometime back), v.surf.rst crashes
>>> and brings down the entire GUI (this is new), leaving only
>>> v.surf.idw as the only functional interpolation routine in todays
>>> SVN trunk.
>> nothing has changed in rst except for some message standardization
>> 4 months ago and build cleanup (makefile) by glynn 6 months ago.
>> I am wondering whether something in GUI has changed that conflicts
>> with what rst is doing (or rst is doing something that the
>> modified GUI does not like ) - perhaps there is some computation
>> before G_parser is called - would that crash it?
>> It is 1am now so I need to go but I can look at it tomorrow if I
>> can get some hints on what the problem may be.
>> I never run it from GUI so it might have been there for a while.
> Thanks again Helena. In fact, I haven't need to do interpolation
> for at least 6 months and so it might well have been there for
> awhile. I'm doing further testing too.
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