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Have you tried following the instructions in the included README.txt file? What are you stuck on? –  scw Mar 3 '11 at 7:22
    
I already installed the gfortran. I used GRASS to run the script: g.extension r.inund.fluv but it failed and produced this error: (Thu Mar 03 23:22:54 2011) g.extension r.inund.fluv which: svn: unknown command ERROR: svn client required. Please install Subversion first. (Thu Mar 03 23:22:55 2011) Command finished (1 sec) I do not know what caused the error. I do not know what is the subversion that the error was referring to. –  teamAngat Mar 3 '11 at 15:28
    
Hei guys, first of all thanks a lot for creating such a great software like GRASS GIS. I recently installed GRASS GIS using OSGeo4W installer on a 64 bits machine running windows 7. Sofar so good. Everything works perfectly in windows 7 OS. However, today i hit the wall when I tried to install r.inund.fluv by using different methods: a) within the grass command line using g.extension r.inund.fluv [--here, I got the error mentioned above by scw-user--] b) I downloaded the r.inund.fluv [files] and compiled them using fortran compiler [GCC 4.6.4]. I followed the 4 steps described by the a –  geoendemics Oct 22 '13 at 12:24
    
@geoendemics as it is not an answer you are describing what you have done, it needs to be a potential solution. Rather I did this, you need you describe do this to fix it. –  Mapperz Oct 25 '13 at 13:52

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In order to use g.extension, you'll need to install Subversion, a version control system. Apache provides binaries for most platforms.

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Thanks. I already installed the subversion. There are still errors. I think the errors were caused by wrong directories. Here is the results after running the script: (Fri Mar 04 10:15:25 2011) g.extension r.inund.fluv Fetching <r.inund.fluv> from GRASS-Addons SVN (be patient)... A r.inund.fluv\r.inund.fluv_62 A r.inund.fluv\correction_from_path.f90 A r.inund.fluv\clean_inundation.f90 A r.inund.fluv\r.inund.fluv A r.inund.fluv\find_main_channel.f90 –  teamAngat Mar 4 '11 at 2:21
    
A r.inund.fluv\README.txt A r.inund.fluv\r.inund.fluv.html A r.inund.fluv\Makefile A r.inund.fluv\2d_path.f90 Checked out revision 45545. Compiling <r.inund.fluv>... Makefile:4: C:/Program: No such file or directory Makefile:4: Files/GRASS-64/include/Make/Script.make: No such file or directory Makefile:5: C:/Program: No such file or directory Makefile:5: Files/GRASS-64/include/Make/Module.make: No such file or directory make: *** No rule to make target Files/GRASS-64/include/Make/Module.make'. Stop.` –  teamAngat Mar 4 '11 at 2:22
    
ERROR: Compilation failed, sorry. Please check above error messages. rm: cannot remove directory C:/Users/Rhen/Documents/GIS DataBase/teamAngat/PERMANENT/.tmp/6744.0/r.inund.fluv': Permission denied (Fri Mar 04 10:15:41 2011) Command finished (16 sec)` –  teamAngat Mar 4 '11 at 2:22
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From your last comments I understand that you work on Windows. To my knowledge g.extension is not yet function on Windows. But packaging of all extensions is on the way. Best asked as enhancement ticket in the GRASS bugtracker. –  markusN Mar 4 '11 at 19:12
    
Thanks. I already resolved it by compiling the codes in Fortran. –  teamAngat Mar 13 '11 at 16:43

In a GRASS session, if a compiler is available on the system, run

g.extension r.inund.fluv

This GRASS module is one of the very few modules written in Fortran, so you need a Fortran compiler environment to be installed on the system.

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Fortan is already installed in my computer. I tried running the script g.extension r.inund.fluv but it produced an error as what I have said in the comment above. How do I resolve it? –  teamAngat Mar 3 '11 at 15:30

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