[GRASS-dev] Re: [GRASS-user] Re: r.lake - starting from shell problem

Annalisa Minelli annagrass6 at gmail.com
Tue May 18 05:21:29 EDT 2010

An update:
Thanks to Glynn Clements, switching from 64 to 65 solved all my problems and
now my python script works fine on win XP too giving the command:

python "complete_path_to_the_script"+options

from the command line of the layer manager.
Otherwise I was unable to use the 70 GRASS version because of a strange
error at the end of the installation process:
I attach an image of my desktop.. maybe this is useful for devs.


Yours, Annalisa

2010/5/12 Annalisa Minelli <annagrass6 at gmail.com>

> Many thanks Daniel,
> I gave a look at that thread few days ago but I didn't found an answer..
> maybe because I would like (if it's possible) not to build grass on windows
> and I supposed the 6.4 version was more "stable" than 7.
> But when I found that a similar problem on linux (and I know for sure
> problems on linux can be solved..) I had a hope to solve the same on win
> too.
> However, many thanks for the hints.
> I'll update you if I obtain something good.
> Yours, Annalisa.
> 2010/5/12 LeeDaniel <Lee.Daniel.1986 at gmail.com>
>> Hey there,
>> Sorry I don't have an answer, but maybe it contributes to the
>> understanding
>> of the problem:
>> I've also had this exact same error message when trying to run my own
>> python
>> scripts from shell under Windows. The scripts seem to be fine, but GRASS
>> was
>> unable to use them. Somebody posted what I believe might be a solution, if
>> the problem's python-based, but I haven't tried it because I rewrote it as
>> a
>> shell script using Linux.
>> Here's the thread:
>> http://osgeo-org.1803224.n2.nabble.com/Problem-with-running-Python-script-in-GRASS-td5007296.html#a5007296
>> -Daniel
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