[GRASS-user] Grass "stability"

maning sambale emmanuel.sambale at gmail.com
Thu May 15 20:31:46 EDT 2008


I've just returned to grass on cygwin a couple of weeks ago.  Overall,
I think it's pretty much stable, a couple of quirks I encountered

1.  No cut and paste under startxwin.sh shell
2.  Some of my simple scripts (for batch import of vector and raster)
are not working, both under the startxwin.sh and cygwin bash running
in Poderosa.

I don't think this is due to GRASS but more of the cygwin's bash
shell. I will report other things as I encounter it.  Hope that helps
a bit.


On Fri, May 16, 2008 at 7:56 AM, Jonathan Greenberg
<greenberg at ucdavis.edu> wrote:
> Quick question: I have a colleague who is using 6.2.3 CYGWIN version of
> grass, and was wondering how people felt about that version (and platform's)
> stability vs. 6.3.0 (windows or *nix) or 6.2.3 *nix versions.  I'm pretty
> convinced that 6.2.3 for cygwin is very moody and unstable, but I don't know
> if this statement is generally supported by the grass community.  Thoughts?
> --j
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