[GRASSLIST:1761] Re: thanks for the help with configure problems on OSX
glynn.clements at virgin.net
Thu Nov 13 20:09:13 EST 2003
Kirk R. Wythers wrote:
> > The headers would probably be part of the -dev package.
> You were right Glynn, they were in the -dev package. Also (per earlier
> post to list) the switch --with-opengl-includes=/usr/X11R6/include \
> was necessary.
> Lastly I want to ask if I am setting myself up for a re-build if I go
> ahead without the following:
> GRASS is now configured for powerpc-apple-darwin7.0.0
> Source directory: /Users/kirkw/tmp/grass5.0.2
> Build directory: /Users/kirkw/tmp/grass5.0.2
> Installation directory: /usr/local/grass5
> C compiler: gcc -g -O2
> FORTRAN compiler: g77
> NVIZ: yes
> X11 support: yes
> DBM support: no
> JPEG support: yes
> TIFF support: yes
> PNG support: yes
> GD support: yes
> Tcl/Tk support: yes
> PostgreSQL support: yes
> OpenGL(R) support: yes
> ODBC support: no
> FFTW support: yes
> BLAS support: no
> LAPACK support: no
> Motif support: no
> FreeType support: no
> GLw support: no
> NLS support: no
> Readline support: no
> Specifically I am wondering about freetype, and ODBC
FreeType is only used by d.text.freetype.
ODBC is only relevant to the DBMI modules, which don't seem
particularly useful (does anyone know if they are actually relevant to
GRASS?). It isn't relevant to the PostgreSQL modules.
None of the other disabled options are particularly important either.
BLAS/LAPACK are effectively unused, Motif is only used by xganim and
r3.showdspf.openGL, GLw is only used by r3.showdspf.openGL, readline
is an optional extension to r.mapcalc, and NLS (Native Language
Support) is only useful if you want certain text displayed in Russian.
Glynn Clements <glynn.clements at virgin.net>
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