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Problem solved by update of QGIS in AUR. https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/qgis/ Needed to downgrade some packages (pyqt4dev, sipdev, and qscintilla). See link above for details. Thank you very much for all your help dakcarto! Cheers,
Your code looks to do a lot of unnecessary things. For instance, you iterate over filed list, but never use variables fl or fld. So here is code that could do what you need from my understanding. It first gather all the place_name variables and put it in a dictionary and after, iterate thought the second feature class and update the values. import arcpy ...
The Processing plugin uses the Qsci.so module (Python binding for QScintilla2) for creating an embedded code editor widget. This is the same Qt code editor widget used for the PyQGIS (Python) Console. While you may have QScintilla2 C++ lib installed, you may not have install its Python binding. Simply opening a Python console in your shell and issuing the ...
You need to select 'Custom delimiters' and then select Tab, as shown below
You didn't said anything about your Operating System. But, if you are on Windows, I think you need to download a utility like Notepad++. Then edit your csv in Notepad++ and choose Edit > Convert to Windows EOL and save the file. Then you may repeat the import process. It should be ok for now.
It's possible to have a resolution or precision problem (zoom). Check your snap in ArcGIS Desktop : http://help.arcgis.com/en/arcgisdesktop/10.0/help/index.html#/Snap/001v00000007000000/ Use the improved Feature Editing (Snapping to existing features in your ArcGIS Online map) Export the feature from ArcGIS Online to ArcGIS Desktop to see the snapping ...
subprocess.check_output can catch anything gdal_rasterize might write to stdout or stderr. That's as good as you'll be able to do. http://docs.python.org/2/library/subprocess.html#subprocess.check_output
Try this out, if the exit status is 0 then the command has run as expected. program = "C:\Path\to\GDAL" command = 'gdal_rasterize -a ICE_TYPE -where \"ICE_TYPE=\'Open Water\'\" -b 1 -burn 5 -l ' + shapefileshortname +' ' + shapefile + ' ' + outraster input_command = [command] command_run = subprocess.call([program, input_command]) if command_run == 0: ...
You didn't provide any information about your website location, but something didn't fit in this equation: changed from localhost to the name of my pc If your website is hosted somewhere on the web then your users must use a domain name to visit it, or a public ip of your computer. Therefore, I suggest you to change localhost with your domain name or ...
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