dvrbts at ecology.msu.montana.edu
Sun Feb 23 14:58:54 PST 2014
Despite (or perhaps because of) downloading and installing new
wxPython, gdal, fftw, and others I have forgotten, compiling
grass7_trunk generated numerous errors. libgrass_gmath.7.0.svn.so
compiled successfully, but then whether I set --with-fftw or
--without=fftw libgrass_gnath generated numerous errors related to
missing references in fftw. E.g. in r.gwflow
/libgrass_gmath.7.0.svn.so: undefined reference to `fftw_execute'
/libgrass_gmath.7.0.svn.so: undefined reference to `fftw_plan_dft_2d'
/libgrass_gmath.7.0.svn.so: undefined reference to `fftw_destroy_plan'
I noticed that the routines generating the errors are routines I
don't call, so despite the errors I tried make install and it worked!
However, I still have the problem that v.dissolve doesn't work.
Oh well, at least I can get back to work, Dave
On 02/19/2014 04:05 PM, Markus Neteler wrote:
> Thanks for the good words, Dave - no need for that!
> Quick notes inline, it is already tomorrow here:
> On Wed, Feb 19, 2014 at 11:52 PM, Dave Roberts
> <dvrbts at ecology.msu.montana.edu> wrote:
>> Hi Markus,
>> You're a saint. I'm at work right now, so I'll have to run the suggested
>> commands below when I get home. I did cd into gmath, but I don't remember
>> the error, so I'll re-run.
> sure - tomorrow I'll be travelling, so I may take some time to answer.
>> In the meantime, I built grass70-svn on my Arch box from the AUR
>> repository. It had an unresolved dependency on liblas, which I thought was
>> perhaps a typo for libblas. Nonetheless I deleted the reference to liblas
>> in the Makefile and it built successfully (at least as far as I can tell).
> Please always post these errors so that we get the sorted out...
>> I prefer to run from the CLI, but I did think that d.mon x0 was a pretty
>> primitive beast. Now with d.mon wx0 I have reversible zoom and pan, and
>> that's sweet!
> Great, I am likewise happy about that for myself.
>> Apparently some of my 6.4.2 vectors are in topology 5.0 and need rebuilt,
>> so It looks like I shouldn't mix 6.4.2 and 7.0 on the same location.
> Well, you can do (or simply keep it separated by mapset - a same
> location is fine.
> Nonetheless we have the easy thing to automate it all:
>> You're a scholar and a gentleman, Dave
> You are most welcome.
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