Package Details: gmt-coast 2.3.7-2

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Package Base: gmt-coast
Description: The full resolution coastline dataset for the Generic Mapping Tools.
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Keywords: gmt mapping
Licenses: LGPL
Submitter: None
Maintainer: morealaz
Last Packager: morealaz
Votes: 17
Popularity: 0.24
First Submitted: 2007-11-16 20:01 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2021-11-20 07:15 (UTC)

Latest Comments

morealaz commented on 2021-04-28 13:39 (UTC)

@graziano: please update download url to github:

bidulock commented on 2017-07-26 16:16 (UTC)

Won't build in a clean chroot: remove change reference to $startdir/src in package() to "${srcdir}" to correct.

halcyon commented on 2014-03-20 16:07 (UTC)

That seems to be it. I removed everything and built 1) gmt-coast 2) gmt in that order, everything works as expected. It seems odd to make gmt-coast a hard dependency for gmt, but it would fix this problem for new installations. Thanks for your help, my plots look much nicer with coastlines!

graziano commented on 2014-03-20 09:28 (UTC)

Ok, as it works for me, I assume that a possible reason is that we have to revert the dependency of gmt-coast and gmt. If I remove the gmt-coast and then rebuild gmt I have your same problem. Need to find a fix in gmt. Let me think about this.

halcyon commented on 2014-03-19 13:04 (UTC)

Thanks for providing these packages! I have gmt-coast (2.3.0-1) and gmt (5.1.1-1) from the AUR installed, both up-to-date. Coastlines are not found as illustrated by executing the following command from the pscoast documentation: $ gmt pscoast -R-30/-10/60/65 -Jm1c -B5 -Gp100/28 > pscoast: GSHHG version 2.2.0 or newer is needed to use coastlines with GMT. Get and install GSHHG from pscoast: low resolution shoreline data base not installed pscoast: No databases available - aborts Maybe relevant info: $ gmt pscoast --show-datadir /usr/share/gmt $ ls /usr/share/gmt/coast/ Similar results for all other shoreline types: $ gmt pscoast -D[f|h|i|l|c] -R-30/-10/60/65 -Jm1c -B5 -Gp100/28 > ...pscoast: full resolution shoreline data base not installed ...pscoast: high resolution shoreline data base not installed ...pscoast: intermediate resolution shoreline data base not installed ...pscoast: low resolution shoreline data base not installed ...pscoast: crude resolution shoreline data base not installed Any ideas as to what could be going wrong? Help would be much appreciated!

Strawpants commented on 2014-02-01 22:10 (UTC)

The link is now dead The PKGBUILD should now be saying: source=(${pkgver}.tar.gz) (note that 'gmt' changed to 'gshhg'

fluxness commented on 2010-11-18 11:10 (UTC)

To have full and high coasts use following PKGBUILD: