[GRASS-user] How many modules has GRASS?
nikos.alexandris at felis.uni-freiburg.de
Wed May 28 23:13:54 EDT 2008
On Wed, 2008-05-28 at 20:09 -0700, Hamish wrote:
> > Something like
> > ls -la $GISBASE/bin/*.* | grep -F r. | wc -l #for raster
> > ls -la $GISBASE/bin/*.* | grep -F v. | wc -l #for vector
> > ls -la $GISBASE/bin/*.* | grep -F g. | wc -l #for generic
> > etc.
> > All in a script and a nice report.
> > Or there other methods (better than grep -F) doing this?
> > ls -1 $GISBASE/bin/r.* | wc -l #for raster
> > etc.
> > No need for grep or anything other then file names
> and even the -1 is optional, it automatically switches to that if stdout is piped.
> also remember modules like xganim and nviz without a dot (if list method is not regex) and the few redundant wrapper scripts (r.cats, r.terraflow.short, ..) which are not seperate modules.
> I don't really see the worth in a counting script, but if you really want that the place to put it would be in the tools/ dir along with build_html_index.sh and module_synopsis.sh.
I was asked (some times) how many modules has GRASS and was curious to
> another way, using tab completion: :)
> GRASS> r.<tab><tab>
> Display all 154 possibilities? (y or n)
Wowww! This is the fastest I suppose ;-) Cool!
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