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You will have to copy your python module in the plugin dir. and then you will get the path to your plugin with a small python script import os dirname, filename = os.path.split(os.path.abspath(__file__)) print "running from", dirname print "file is", filename This works with a C library, should be the same with a python module


I'm not sure if this helps, but I used ogr2ogr and converted from shp to shp adding the -zfield argument and was able to reference the shp into microstation as contours with elevations. ogr2ogr -f "ESRI Shapefile" {outFile.shp} {inFile.shp} -zfield {ColumnWithZValue}


I defined the datum of contour lines by myself. However it was not defined by CAD programme. So I set the datum same with other vector files and offset the contours. Then I converted to dxf again. As a result, the problem has been solved


KML files use WGS84 LL by default, so yours should appear correctly positioned with respect to another dataset that you are confident is georeferenced (such a reference dataset is very useful when importing new data) However if the DXF file has not been supplied with any description of the coordinate system used then you have a few options. Ideally you ...


Okay, based on the comments above. I think your first problem is that your white lines are gaps between the polygons. I would start by establishing what the subject is. I.E. is it lines on a polygon or a polygon with loads of other polygons. I would try to convert polygons to lines using Vector>Geometry tools>polygons to lines. If this works and you are ...

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