[osgeo4w-dev] [osgeo4w] #690: GRASS GIS 8 in OSGeo4W NG

OSGeo4W trac_osgeo4w at osgeo.org
Fri Sep 17 05:14:14 PDT 2021

#690: GRASS GIS 8 in OSGeo4W NG
Reporter:  sbl          |       Owner:  osgeo4w-dev@…
    Type:  enhancement  |      Status:  new
Priority:  major        |   Component:  Package
 Version:               |  Resolution:
Keywords:  grass        |

Comment (by jef):

 Replying to [comment:2 sbl]:
 > Thanks for your reply.
 > For starters I tried (in a Github action), to:
 > 1. Download dependencies from OSGeo4W (so they live in ''/c/OSGeo4W/'',

 That's not necessary.  Each package installs it's own copy of OSGeo4W
 dependencies in `src/$P/osgeo4w/osgeo4W`.

 > 2. Setting the current working directory to where the ''package.sh''
 lives (''src/grass/osgeo4w'') and run it with ''bash''.

 But `src/grass/osgeo4w/package.sh` already exists!?

 > However, although the relative path should be correct, ''build_helpers''
 was not found, and after hardcoding the path to ''build_helpers'',
 ''build_helpers'' was sourced, but then ''genini'' fails:
 > {{{
 > /d/a/OSGeo4W/OSGeo4W/scripts/genini: can't open x86_64/setup.ini.tmp -
 No such file or directory
 > mv: cannot stat 'x86_64/setup.ini.tmp': No such file or directory
 > /d/a/OSGeo4W/OSGeo4W/scripts/build-helpers: line 206:
 x86_64/setup.ini.bz2: No such file or directory
 > }}}

 Ok, `x86_64/release` was apparently not created automatically.  IIRC this
 wasn't ever run on github, because QGIS isn't buildable anyway - after
 hours it would run out of space…

Ticket URL: <https://trac.osgeo.org/osgeo4w/ticket/690#comment:3>
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