add v.in.dwg v.in/dxf module into grass. Uses opendwg toolkit from
Steps to Reproduce:
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ebuild for grass with opendwg
it works for me
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ebuild for opendwg
this ebuild emerges needed opendwg libs.
For getting that libs (all from that steps are pay free), you need:
1) register account on opendesign.com
2) print their license agreement, fill it, signe every one page of it
3) fax that sheets back (or send by paper mail)
3) when you obtain access into members ares, download "OpenDWG Toolkit/Viewkit
Do n_o_t download "DWGdirect" DD_lnxX86.tar.gz, DD_lnxX86_3.4.3.tar.gz, they
do not work in grass !
4) emerge opendwg
5) USE="opendwg" emerge grass
opendwg ebuild suppose to be in:
I'm writing a GRASS-CVS ebuild from official CVS snapshot for my personal use; ./configure needs --with-opendwg-libs= and --with-opendwg-includes=, may I indicate here the same directory (/usr/lib/opendwg)?
Ok, sorry for the previous stupid question. I think opendwg are to be placed in /opt/opendwg instead of /usr/lib/opendwg, because they are precompiled and shared as binary package.
In that case, ebuild needs to install also a /etc/env.d file to configure LDPATH to include the path to libs dir in /opt/opendwg.
I don't have a copy of that libs and probably I don't want one, but I can help you if you want.
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