[GRASSLIST:6552] RE: v.in.ascii: Dos text format

Teague O'Mara teague.omara at asu.edu
Tue Apr 19 14:04:40 EDT 2005

I have also occasionally run into this warning, but haven't noticed any
problems with the data.  Alternatively you can open your files in something
like nedit or another unix text editor and save it as a unix file.

Good luck.

Teague O'Mara
Department of Anthropology
Arizona State University
Box 872402
Tempe, AZ 85287-2402

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Subject: [GRASSLIST:6551] v.in.ascii: Dos text format


I ran the following command in Cygwin/Grass60:

v.in.ascii input=vectordata output=myvector

where vectordata was:


This generated a WARNING: Dos text format found,...

It appears that it correctly generated the vector, but is the "Dos text
format..." going to be a problem a some point?



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