[GRASS-user] Issue with addon r.vif in MS Windows GUI installations (stand-alone v. 7.2.2 and 7.0.5)
d.raheem at nhm.ac.uk
Mon Feb 12 11:40:29 PST 2018
I have been installing r.vif as you have indicated (i.e. by downloading from the server using g.extension and opening the tree of installable raster addons), but can now confirm after installing both the new and old versions of r.vif on a Windows 10 (64 bit) machine, that r.vif isn't listed under the Addons in the module tab in both Grass standalone GUI versions 7.2.2 and 7.4.0 (i.e. there is no plus sign in front of Addons, so there is no way of opening the tree of installed addons and selecting and running r.vif).
From: Helmut Kudrnovsky [hellik at web.de]
Sent: 11 February 2018 16:13
To: Dinarzarde Raheem
Cc: grass-user at lists.osgeo.org; Paulo van Breugel
Subject: Aw: RE: [GRASS-user] Issue with addon r.vif in MS Windows GUI installations (stand-alone v. 7.2.2 and 7.0.5)
>Gesendet: Sonntag, 11. Februar 2018 um 16:36 Uhr
>Von: "Dinarzarde Raheem" <d.raheem at nhm.ac.uk>
>I tried GRASS GIS versions 7.4.0 (current stable) and GRASS GIS 7.2.2 (old stable) but can't see r.vif listed under Addons in the Modules tab (see attached >screenshot).
you have to click on the + before "Raster" to open the tree of installable raster addons.
>One thing I noticed is that when you re-install Grass and then install r.vif you get this message:
>(Sun Feb 11 16:29:48 2018)
>g.extension extension=r.vif url=
>WARNING: Extension <r.vif> already installed. Re-installing...
>Downloading precompiled GRASS Addons <r.vif>...
>Updating addons metadata file...
>Installation of <r.vif> successfully finished
>(Sun Feb 11 16:29:57 2018) Command finished (9 sec)
yes, it's an obvious message as you install the script from the server over the local copy.
>I guess by tomorrow the new version of r.vif should be available via the server so will try again tomorrow.
the new version is already on the server and should be installable by g.extension, see
for winGRASS7.5.svn daily:
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