[GRASS-user] Setting computational region to wx monitor from command line

Nikos Alexandris nik at nikosalexandris.net
Tue Feb 13 09:05:33 PST 2018

* Eric Patton <thepattonian at gmail.com> [2018-02-13 03:02:59 -0800]:

> Hi folks,
>I’m looking for a way to set the computational region to that of the
>display window from within a script. I couldn’t find any d.* or g.*
>commands that did this.
>What I am trying to do is pan around the wx monitor to different portions
>of my vector coastline, and then from the command line run a script that
>uses the current display area as its computational region and updates the
>attribute table of the features displayed in the region from   null to some
>other value.
>Any ideas on whether this is possible?

Maybe d.info -g



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