Installing proj-bin worked, thanks. Is there an easy way to have
identified that proj-bin installs nad2bin?
Also fink installed grass64 in /sw/Applications, whereas it should have
installed it in /Applications, or at least put a link there.
Thanks for your help,
On 4/27/12 4:27 PM, Alexander Hansen wrote:
> On 4/27/12 2:41 PM, Toby Fernsler wrote:
>> Thank you Alexander,
>> Now it installed xerces without difficulty, however nad2bin is not found.
>> ERROR MEESASGE:
>> checking for nad2bin... no
>> configure: error: *** Unable to locate nad2bin (needs to be in PATH).
>> ### execution of /tmp/fink.oA7EN failed, exit code 1
>> Removing runtime build-lock...
>> Removing build-lock package...
>> /sw/bin/dpkg-lockwait -r fink-buildlock-grass64-x11-6.4.1-1001
>> (Reading database ... 204920 files and directories currently installed.)
>> Removing fink-buildlock-grass64-x11-6.4.1-1001 ...
>> Failed: phase compiling: grass64-x11-6.4.1-1001 failed
>> BUT IT EXISTS (in the path)
>> Poseidon:OI_Imaging_Tools tobyfernsler$ ll /opt/local/bin/nad2*
>> -rwxr-xr-x 1 root admin 9156 Apr 5 18:09 /opt/local/bin/nad2bin
>> -rwxr-xr-x 1 root admin 15456 Apr 5 18:09 /opt/local/bin/nad2nad
>> Poseidon:OI_Imaging_Tools tobyfernsler$ echo $PATH
> The fact that you have a Macports version is irrelevant because Fink
> ignores your personal environment when it builds, to _avoid_ building
> against third-party stuff when possible.
> Fink should be looking for its own nad2bin. It looks like grass64* is
> missing a build dependency on proj-bin, and if you install that the
> build should work.