[GRASS-user] Grass "stability"
emmanuel.sambale at gmail.com
Fri May 16 09:56:04 EDT 2008
Thank you for clearing things out. Will check and report results by
Have a nice weekend!
> 1. xterm doesn't use the clipboard by default, but the primary
> selection. Consequently, you can't paste the selection with e.g.
> Ctrl-V or Shift-Insert. This can be changed via the "Select to
> Clipboard" option in the menu obtained from Ctrl+Button2 (the middle
> 2. The X server needs to be started with the -clipboard switch to
> enable synchronisation between the X clipboard and the Windows
> > 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.
> There isn't much different between Cygwin's bash and any other version
> of bash.
> Common causes of problems with shell scripts on Windows include:
> 1. Forgetting to put quotes around variables, i.e. "$variable". If you
> omit the quotes, it will likely do the wrong thing if the value
> contains spaces, and spaces in pathnames are far more common on
> Windows than on Unix.
> 2. Incompatible programs in the path. E.g. if the System32 directory
> is at the beginning of $PATH, "find" will refer to the Windows utility
> of that name. Ditto for "sort".
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