Sunday, April 7, 2013

Version 1.4.1 with minor bug fixes

Hey everybody,
   
Here's a new version that fixes a couple of minor problems with version 1.4.  There was a problem with newlines in the sorted.csv file for the identity test in the previous version, so that all values would appear on a single line.  That should be fixed now, as should a bug that was causing extraneous text to appear after visiting the ENMTools Options page.


ENMTools 1.4.1

7 comments:

  1. Hi, there is no executable file in the 1.4.1 package. I would like to try the tool. Thanks!

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    1. Yes, I mentioned this in a previous post. Due to changes made by ActiveState, I can no longer make an executable for new versions of ENMTools. I'm afraid you'll have to install ActivePerl if you want to use the new versions.

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  2. I have install the active pearl, but I dont know how to run the enmtools

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  3. Is this on Windows? If Active Perl is installed and in your path, you should be able to just click the .pl file and ENMTools will run.

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  4. Hi Dan, thanks for sharing ENM Tools. I am trying to do a correlation test between ASC raster files, but i have a problem... I wonder if you could help me please.
    When I press GO! button an Error apears (Can't open D:/Nacho/Tesina/Capas ambientales/SasCba_elevación ok.asc!

    while executing
    "::perl::CODE(0x667dc2c)"
    invoked from within
    ".b5 invoke "
    invoked from within
    ".b5 instate !disabled { .b5 invoke } "
    invoked from within
    ".b5 instate pressed { .b5 state !pressed; .b5 instate !disabled { .b5 invoke } } "
    (command bound to event))
    What do you think I am doing wrong?
    Thanks.

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  5. Unfortunately, Perl does a terrible job of dealing with accents in path names. Could you change the ó to o and try again?

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