[GRASS-user] r.fillnulls in the latest cvs version doesn't work appropriately

Martin Landa landa.martin at gmail.com
Sat Feb 10 15:29:13 EST 2007


2007/2/10, Glynn Clements <glynn at gclements.plus.com>:


> > I hope I fixed this problem or I missed something? Now:
> >
> > g.region -m == g.region -gm (== g.region -pgm)
> Actually, I don't consider -gm => -gpm to be "correct"; what do you
> use if you *only* want the resolution in metres, and not the region?

My original idea was to make the -g flag more "universal". It means
shell-style output used in combination with *other* print flags. This
cased a lot of problems.

AFAIK the -m flag is currently the same as the -mg (or now -mgp) flag
combination. I think it is not the right solution, the -m flag should
print *only* resolution as Glynn suggests.

I suppose to start implementing Glynn's proposal from the scratch --
the print parameter and to supersede the print flags, and in the
future versions of GRASS remove them. What do you think about it?

> Explicitly adding -p in r.nulls is preferable, IMHO.



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