R: R: [Proj] cs2cs usage

Marco Pasetti marco.pasetti at alice.it
Thu Mar 20 18:08:59 EDT 2008


Thanks a lot!

OT: do you remember some time ago, when we where talking about my winGRASS
building? You wrote:
> Note, I'm very helpful we will have an easy to use and fully featured
> WinGRASS build as part of OSGeo4W in the next few months.
> It might be that this can replace the hassle of building it yourself.

Well, I built and packed winGRASS-6.3.0RC5, with a brand new, completely
updated MSYS environment, and I also made a Windows self installer (with
tcl+tk and sqlite complete builds included)... and then a new GRASS Windows
Native Binary Building Guide...  but I'm sure you already know that,
winGRASS-6.3.0RC5 is hosted by osgeo.org ;-)) ...what I mean is just
...changes happen! ...and if they don't happen ...just let them happen ;-))

Thanks for your help

Happy Easter



-----Messaggio originale-----
Da: proj-bounces at lists.maptools.org [mailto:proj-bounces at lists.maptools.org]
Per conto di Frank Warmerdam
Inviato: giovedì 20 marzo 2008 22.53
A: PROJ.4 and general Projections Discussions
Oggetto: Re: R: [Proj] cs2cs usage

Marco Pasetti wrote:
> Hi all,
> I forgot in the previous mails:
> 1) is there a way to *pass* the input latitude and longitude 
> coordinates to cs2cs command, without type them at command prompt?


> 2) can the cs2cs command write the *results* in an output file?


In particular cs2cs works as a filter.  It's input can be redirected from a
file, and it's output can be redirected to a file.

cs2cs {parameters}  < input.txt   > output.txt

Best regards,

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warmerdam at pobox.com
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