[GRASS-dev] grass7 on mac OSX
Michael.Barton at asu.edu
Thu May 27 10:52:10 EDT 2010
No ipython on the student's machine.
I compiled GRASS 7 and had no problems. I posted my binary so others could use it. The one person who has tried it gets a bogus error about Python subprocess() not existing. The binary of GRASS 6.5 that I compiled and posted at the same time runs fine on her machine (demonstrating that subprocess() is OK).
Oddly, some other folks here got similar bogus errors with GRASS 6.5 or 7 (I can't remember) when trying to run a Python script under winGRASS a few weeks back.
C. Michael Barton
Director, Center for Social Dynamics & Complexity
Professor of Anthropology, School of Human Evolution & Social Change
Arizona State University
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On May 27, 2010, at 6:43 AM, William Kyngesburye wrote:
> On May 27, 2010, at 3:56 AM, Massimo Di Stefano <massimodisasha at gmail.com
>> Hell Soeren,
>> seems i've an up-to-date revision :
>> MacBook-Pro-15-di-Massimo-Di-Stefano:grass_trunk sasha$ svn up
>> At revision 42358.
>> i also did make distclean first to re-try configure && make.
>> but your note about a "renamed" function, point me to a problem i
>> had on qgis side too (make install overwrite the .app but ... it
>> don't do it as aspected)
>> infact, removing manually the old grass70.app (compiled from source)
>> trashing the complete app from /Application , instead of overwrite
>> it using "sudo make install"
>> now i have :
>> In : import os, sys
>> In : from grass.lib import raster
>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>> File "<ipython console>", line 1, in <module>
>> ImportError: No module named lib
> I wonder if ipython is affecting this? Just a random idea. (I can't
> try anything right now- dev Mac died)
>> the error is present but changes ... this time maybe can be a wrong
>> sintax i used ???
>> weird .. i'm a bit confused ;-)
>> i'm tring to replicate, from command line, the code :
>> import os, sys
>> from grass.lib import grass, raster
>> from ctypes import *
>> input = sys.argv
>> mapset = grass.G_find_raster2(input, "")
>> print mapset
>> Il giorno 27/mag/2010, alle ore 10.37, Soeren Gebbert ha scritto:
>>> Hello Massimo,
>>> can you please make a svn update?The gmath function
>>> G_math_backward_solving has been renamed into
>>> G_math_backward_substitution a while ago. Maybe something got mixed
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