[GRASS-dev] Some wxGUI tests on Windows

Michael Barton michael.barton at asu.edu
Thu Oct 1 15:25:56 EDT 2009

I've been working with some students using the latest stand alone  
binary from Colin. I've had no trouble with r.shaded.relief at least  
on XP. I have not tested the other issues but can if you'd like.

Also, I've learned that the georectifier is broken in 6.4 at least on  
the Mac. It may work on Linux, but I'm not sure about the lastest  
version. Haven't yet tested on Windows, but probably will soon.


On Oct 1, 2009, at 11:05 AM, grass-dev-request at lists.osgeo.org wrote:

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> Date: Thu, 1 Oct 2009 19:55:15 +0200
> From: Markus Neteler <neteler at osgeo.org>
> Subject: [GRASS-dev] Some wxGUI tests on Windows
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> Hi,
> today I had occasion to test on a colleague's computer the
> latest binary package.
> Here a list of some issues I came across (tell me which should
> become a ticket):
> - Map canvas: zoom to RGB layer finishes in the 0..1 space
>  (solution might be to zoom to one channel of the RGB set?)
> - closing the message window which tells that the digitizer is
>  unavailable kills the entire GUI
> - r.shaded.relief doesn't show any error but the result is  
> completely NULL.
>  Perhaps due to the fact that it is a shell script? If so, I would  
> suggest
>  to add a Windows test and to bail out rather than continue unless it
>   is substituted with the Python version (6.4.1?).
> - i.group does not permit to select a subgroup (apparently the list  
> isn't
>   fetched from the group file). Adding it manually works.
> - i.maxlik seems to be unable to read the signature file: ill- 
> conditioned
>  signatures for all classes. It *seems* to be an issue to read the  
> encoding
>  of the ASCII signature file. Any G_getl() which should be G_getl2()?
>  If so, what's the purpose of still keeping G_getl()?
> Markus

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