After using GRASS4.0 for several months I ftp'd the current code and am having
trouble in the make. It's failing in the scipt for general/gis. I traced make
with the -d argument and its blowing up in the rules part on the echo commands
which report what module is being made, e.g., "@echo making $(UNIX_BIN)
/$(SHELL)", and the others like, "@echo making $0".
If I comment one of them out, it blows up on the next one. If I run make with
the -n (no execute) switch, it passes this section fine, and aborts in the make
of vect.spag. I have checked all
the path settings, my setup settings, etc. The UNIX_BIN echo is preceeded by
two tests of the existence and write-ability of the named location, both of
which are apparently successful, and 'shell' itself is set to
'grass(VERSION_NUMBER)', i.e., 'grass4.0'.
Can you help me with this one?
By the way, my searches took me into $GIS/src/raster where I found the file
'sub.lease' containig an e-mail message concerning the availability of
apartments in Champaign Il.
Commenting out the echo statments in the makefile for general/gis allowed the
make of GRASS to proceed to conclusion. I don't know whether they are meant to
be there, or why they fail on my system, a Sun600.
Can you docuemtn where the "illegal" echos are so we can take a look
at the code we distribute?
|Commenting out the echo statments in the makefile for general/gis allowed the
|make of GRASS to proceed to conclusion. I don't know whether they are meant to
|be there, or why they fail on my system, a Sun600.