[GRASS-dev] Re: [GRASS-user] Nviz on native Windows
bcovill at tekmap.ns.ca
Sat May 19 19:25:01 CEST 2007
The change to a script startup for nviz was at the request of other
Note that there are other ways to start nviz. If you have a command line
you can directly call the the binary (interpreter) with something
$GISBASE/etc/nviz2.2/nviz -f $GISBASE/etc/nviz2.2/scripts/nviz2.2_script
which is similar to calling "wish -f somefile.tcl"
Another way, which may be a better solution for windows is to edit the
nviz2.2_script file and replace "#!/nviz -f" with "#!
$GISBASE/etc/nviz2.2/nviz -f". You may need to enter the full path for
$GISBASE. After editing the file copy it to $GISBASE/bin/nviz
(overwriting the old nviz script). Make sure it is executable. Run nviz
Hope this helps.
On Sat, 2007-05-19 at 10:06 +0100, Paul Kelly wrote:
> On Fri, 18 May 2007, Michael Barton wrote:
> > You can do *almost* anything from the GUI that you can do from the command
> > line. Apparently, nviz is the biggest problem--but I don't know why it
> > shouldn't run.
> Nviz was working great on Windows until early December (even with
> Michael's new improvments and tidying of the GUI) when Bob changed it
> back to use a shell script-based startup instead of starting the binary
> directly. Obviously that doesn't work on Windows and that meant it no
> longer got regularly tested on Windows. Now, if I switch it back to
> generate the binary directly (see attachment) it still doesn't work - gets
> stuck on the Please Wait stage again - so I guess some other incompatible
> thing was changed in the meantime. I suppose worth trying with different
> Tcl/Tk versions though.
> I don't like committing patches that seem like the best way to solve a
> problem but are only part of the solution (i.e. its still broken after
> the patch but the patch was my best effort sort of thing), as it may
> hinder somebody else's efforts to fix things in the future, so have
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