[GRASS-dev] Re: [GRASS GIS] #1553: osgeo4w and qgis builds: path settings to msys on wingrass find wrong 'sort'

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Mon Jan 30 12:42:20 EST 2012

#1553: osgeo4w and qgis builds: path settings to msys on wingrass find wrong
 Reporter:  sbl                      |       Owner:  grass-dev@…              
     Type:  defect                   |      Status:  new                      
 Priority:  major                    |   Milestone:  6.4.2                    
Component:  Packaging                |     Version:  6.4.2 RCs                
 Keywords:  wingrass, osgeo4w, qgis  |    Platform:  MSWindows XP             
      Cpu:  Unspecified              |  

Comment(by sbl):

 Here is the output from "echo $PATH"

 Files/Intel/DMIX:/c/Program Files/NTRU Cryptosystems/NTRU TCG Software
 Stack/bin/:/c/Program Files/Wave Systems Corp/Gemalto/Access
 Client/v5/:/c/Program Files/Intel/WiFi/bin/:/c/Program Files/Common
 Files/Roxio Shared/DLLShared/:/c/Program Files/Common Files/Roxio
 Shared/10.0/DLLShared/:/c/Program Files/Windows
 Files/TortoiseSVN/bin:/c/Program Files/R/R-2.11.1/bin:/c/Program
 Files/PostgreSQL/8.4/bin:/c/Program Files/Quantum GIS
 Wroclaw/bin:/c/Program Files/SSH Communications Security/SSH Secure

 BTW: I also experienced issues regarding single and double quotation
 marks. They are not allways recognised as usual/expected in the GRASS
 windows-cmd. I post this here because I suspect it has the same
 background. Hope thats O.K.:

 echo "double > quotation marks" results in "double > quotation marks",
 echo 'single > quotation marks' results in "" (an empty line)

 v.db.select --verbose map=grid columns=cat where="cat>10" results in

 "DBMI-DBF driver error:
 SQL parser error: syntax error, unexpected $end processing
 in statement:
 SELECT cat FROM grid WHERE cat
 Error in db_open_select_cursor()
 ERROR: Unable to open select cursor"

Ticket URL: <http://trac.osgeo.org/grass/ticket/1553#comment:2>
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