WinGrass using www.python.org-installation
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On 22/02/2011 01:45, Glynn Clements wrote: [...] > However, this particular issue isn't a programming issue, but a > packaging issue. If you want to use Python for scripting GRASS on > Windows, the best solution is to delete the bundled version of Python > 2.5 from the GRASS installation, install Python and the required > add-ons (wxPython, NumPy, PyWin32) from their official installers, > then edit the GRASS start-up script to remove any references to the > bundled version. One year ago or so Colin sent me an adapted nsis-wingrass-installer-script with a first attempt to use a www.python.org-installation instead of a bundled osgeo4w-python. I hope that I can find this script, so I can make this available for further development. maybe this would be a good starting point for the GRASS-hackfest in Prague in May 2011. best regards Helmut p.s. BTW I have a lot of different python-version on my WinVista-laptop bundled with Inkscape, ArcGIS10, OpenOffice, etc. ... so I'm often surprised that all this python-installations are working ...
I have the nsis-script, but unfortunately not anymore the related mail.
best regards Helmut
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