[GRASSLIST:1716] cygwin peculiarities
Rich at GreenwoodMap.com
Sun Nov 9 23:29:37 EST 2003
Hello kind list;
I am seeing some odd display behavior in the cygwin bash shell with
versions 5.0.2 and 5.0.3 that I have compiled myself, but not with the
distributed 5.0.2 cygwin binaries. Below is an example from the g.remove
command, but similar problems exhibit themselves in other commands e.g.
g.region. The problem is that part of the left portion of the line most of
the lines are missing.
5.0.2 compiled by me (missing left'ly chars):
GRASS:~ > g.remove fsh2b
5.0.2 binary distribution (correct):
GRASS:~ > g.remove msh2b
I have the newest (possibly too new?) cygwin distribution. Most of the text
appears correctly, and all of the modules that I have used appear to
correctly. Is there a library that is used for this semi-formatted text
that may be out of sync on my system? Or another area that I should explore?
I am running a "straight" bash shell (not Xwin) on Windows 2000.
This is not an urgent problem for me, but I would welcome any help that
anyone might be able to offer.
Richard W. Greenwood, PLS
Greenwood Mapping, Inc.
Rich <at> GreenwoodMap <dot> com
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