[GRASS-dev] How to install grass development package

ming han dustming at gmail.com
Fri Sep 4 19:15:04 PDT 2020

Hi everyone

    Thanks for all your help. Is it possible for me to build grass with a
specific python version? And how to do that?


Nicklas Larsson <n_larsson at yahoo.com> 于2020年9月4日周五 上午3:25写道:

> Ming,
> If you are interested in working with GRASS on mac you may try the
> official distribution, follow links on
> https://grass.osgeo.org/download/mac/ or go directly to
> http://grassmac.wikidot.com/downloads. It is an all-inclusive app, easy
> to install.
> At this point I would recommend the GRASS 7.8.4 dev version. It is the
> latest version of the stable GRASS branch in combination with the most
> stable mac distribution. It includes e.g. python 3.7, gdal 3, proj 6.3 and
> pdal 2.1.
> Regarding add-ons: there are two types, either python based or c/c++
> based. The add-on source code is downloaded (with g.extension) and in the
> case of the c/c++ also compiled locally -- for this reason Apple’s Command
> Line Tools need to be installed. See section "COMPILING GRASS EXTENSIONS”
> on http://grassmac.wikidot.com/downloads.
> Note: if direct integration with QGIS is essential, the official mac
> binary is perhaps not be the solution for you.
> Cheers,
> Nicklas
> On 3 Sep 2020, at 20:34, ming han <dustming at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone
>    Hope this email finds you well.
>     I installed a QGIS that includes GRASS from here [
> https://www.kyngchaos.com/software/qgis/]. The GRASS does not contain a
> g.extension to install grass addon. When I copy a g.extension from other
> grass installation. It complains "Please install GRASS development
> package".
>     So my questions are:
>     1) How to install GRASS addon without g.extension on MacOS
>      2) How to install GRASS development packages on MacOS.
> Many thanks for your help
> Looking forward to hearing from you soon
> Best regards
> Ming
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