[GRASS-dev] v.type.sh question - important for 6.4 release
glynn at gclements.plus.com
Thu Mar 12 14:17:17 EDT 2009
Michael Barton wrote:
> >> 1) How can we get the *.bat files to be generated for files in the
> >> $GISBASE/ext/gui/scripts folder?
> > For the scripts in the scripts directory, this is done via the
> > following rule from Script.make:
> > $(BIN)/$(PGM).bat: $(MODULE_TOPDIR)/scripts/windows_launch.bat
> > sed -e "s#SCRIPT_NAME#$(PGM)#" $(MODULE_TOPDIR)/scripts/windows_launch.bat > $@
> > For the gui/scripts, the above rule can be generalised to a pattern
> > rule:
> > $(GISBASE)/etc/gui/scripts/%.bat: $(MODULE_TOPDIR)/scripts/windows_launch.bat
> > sed -e "s#SCRIPT_NAME#$*#" $(MODULE_TOPDIR)/scripts/windows_launch.bat > $@
> > You then need to "make" the relevant .bat files with e.g.:
> > for file in *.* ; do $(MAKE) $(GISBASE)/etc/gui/scripts/$$file.bat ; done
> If someone who knows the build system well can make the changes Glynn
> recommended to Script.make, we can test to see if that does the trick.
The changes should be made in gui/scripts/Makefile, not Script.make.
> If not, I can change try to conditionalize the TclTk call for windows
> to find v.type.sh.bat.
> (related question, is such a name permitted for Windows XP and Vista?)
AFAIK, there is no restriction on having dots within a filename. Only
the final extension (the part after the last dot) is significant to
Glynn Clements <glynn at gclements.plus.com>
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