How about your GRASS "development" files: installed via package
manager? Same version as the binaries?
On Fri, Feb 23, 2018 at 1:10 PM, Pierre Roudier
> Thanks Dylan,
> I did install using `sudo sh install.sh grass72` -- then `sudo sh install.sh
> grass74` after my Grass version got updated to 7.4
> On 23 February 2018 at 18:41, Dylan Beaudette <dylan.beaude...@gmail.com>
>> Howdy Pierre!
>> In my experience, the GeoPat modules need to know where several things
>> are located, including (I think) parts of the GRASS source code. Have
>> a look through the install.sh code:
>> I was able to get these modules up and running by invoking install.sh like
>> sh install.sh grass75
>> ... where "grass75" is the binary compiled from grass_trunk. The
>> install.sh code seemed to find the source code it needed and worked
>> without issue.
>> How did you install / upgrade the Geopat modules? Could it be that
>> install.sh is "finding" the old source code / headers? Is there a
>> package for both GRASS binaries and development files?
>> On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 7:28 PM, Pierre Roudier
>> <pierre.roud...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> > I've been compiling the geoPAT extensions for GRASS from
>> > http://sil.uc.edu/gitlist/geoPAT/
>> > At the time I was running GRASS 7.2.2 installed from the Ubuntu GIS
>> > repository, but since this repo updated to GRASS 7.4, I have the
>> > following
>> > issue:
>> > GRASS 7.4.0 (modis_lst_2015):~ > p.sig.polygons --help
>> > ERROR: Module built against version $Revision: 70617 $ but trying to use
>> > version $Revision: 70829 $. You need to rebuild GRASS GIS or
>> > untangle multiple installations.
>> > [Raster MASK present]
>> > Any pointers about how to resolve the version tangling? I've tried
>> > recompiling geoPAT, but that didn't work.
>> > Cheers,
>> > Pierre
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