Is there a python module to create Virtual Raster (.vrt) xml files? Rather than writing text strings to a file, I'd like to know if there is an automated way to do this.
def BuildVRTOptions(options = , resolution = None, outputBounds = None, xRes = None, yRes = None, targetAlignedPixels = None, separate = None, bandList = None, addAlpha = None, resampleAlg = None, outputSRS = None, allowProjectionDifference = None, srcNodata = None, VRTNodata = None, hideNodata = None, callback = None, callback_data = None): """ Create a BuildVRTOptions() object that can be passed to gdal.BuildVRT() Keyword arguments are : options --- can be be an array of strings, a string or let empty and filled from other keywords.. resolution --- 'highest', 'lowest', 'average', 'user'. outputBounds --- output bounds as (minX, minY, maxX, maxY) in target SRS. xRes, yRes --- output resolution in target SRS. targetAlignedPixels --- whether to force output bounds to be multiple of output resolution. separate --- whether each source file goes into a separate stacked band in the VRT band. bandList --- array of band numbers (index start at 1). addAlpha --- whether to add an alpha mask band to the VRT when the source raster have none. resampleAlg --- resampling mode. outputSRS --- assigned output SRS. allowProjectionDifference --- whether to accept input datasets have not the same projection. Note: they will *not* be reprojected. srcNodata --- source nodata value(s). VRTNodata --- nodata values at the VRT band level. hideNodata --- whether to make the VRT band not report the NoData value. callback --- callback method. callback_data --- user data for callback. """ def BuildVRT(destName, srcDSOrSrcDSTab, **kwargs): """ Build a VRT from a list of datasets. Arguments are : destName --- Output dataset name srcDSOrSrcDSTab --- an array of Dataset objects or filenames, or a Dataset object or a filename Keyword arguments are : options --- return of gdal.InfoOptions(), string or array of strings other keywords arguments of gdal.BuildVRTOptions() If options is provided as a gdal.BuildVRTOptions() object, other keywords are ignored. """