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QgsMapLayerRegistry is a singleton. You can therefore access it without iface. QgsMapLayerRegistry.instance().mapLayers()
I'd suggest to poligonize the grid and to then intersect the polygon grid with the other input polygon layer. That should be much less trouble.
Not a plugin, but a nice solution using Spatialite and triggers. If you put both your polygons and points layers into a Spatialite DB, then you can add a trigger to the polygon table to update the "point_count" column on each update of the polygons. Here's the trigger statement (I called the polygon layer "areas" and the point count column "cnt_pts"): ...
Solved it. The path was wrong, as it was looking for a file 'directory\file' when it needed to look for 'directory/file' If you're trying to use this plugin on a Mac, go to the plugin folder, and open zoomtopostcode.py in a plain text editor. Change line 168 from find_pkl = str("UK_Postcodes\\" + input_pcode[:2] + ".pkl") to find_pkl = ...
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