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I'm trying to install the pygeoprocessing package for Python 3.4 on an Ubuntu 14.04 VM. I have all the necessary versions of the required dependencies (GDAL, numpy, scipy, shapely, Cython). pygeoprocessing is successfully installed via pip. However, when I try to import it in to a python script, I am greeted with the following:

File "route.py", line 1, in <module> from pygeoprocessing import routing File "/usr/local/lib/python3.4/dist-packages/pygeoprocessing/__init__.py", line 8, in <module> import pygeoprocessing.geoprocessing as geoprocessing File "/usr/local/lib/python3.4/dist-packages/pygeoprocessing/geoprocessing.py", line 13, in <module> import exceptions ImportError: No module named 'exceptions'

I cannot remove this line in the source code because I do not have write access on the VM. exceptions is presumably an artifact of the python2 release, and doesn't exist in python3.

How do I build pygeoprocessing properly?

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You can't (without modifying the code) as the exceptions module was removed in python 3. Note: the package metadata specifies Python 2 only:

Programming Language :: Python :: 2 :: Only

I suggest you raise an issue requesting a port to Python 3.

You could try downloading, modifying and building the code yourself, then installing without root to your user site directory: python3 setup.py install --user

The minimum you'll need to do is modify pygeoprocessing/geoprocessing.py and delete line 13 and change line 2177 from raise exceptions.IOError(error_message) to raise IOError(error_message) (this change won't break Python 2 as importing exceptions to raise an IOError is unnecessary). Note that you may come across other Python 2->3 porting issues which are off topic here on GIS StackExchange.

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