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I have been trying to get rasterio working with my QGIS setup so that I can take advantage of the fast raster manipulations.

After a day of installing / uninstalling and then piece by piece searching and getting components installed one by one where needed (From upgrading GDAL, numpy, and a whole slew of other modules which were fighting each other) I manged to get to the point where I could import rasterio without any errors.

However now when I run, the first call in the example causes a Traceback:

with rasterio.drivers(CPL_DEBUG=True):  

creates error =>

TypeError: 'module' object is not callable

I have noticed that other rasterio objects seem fine, but all functions that are in .pyc files have this same issue.

Any help? - I will continue in the morning, but I was hoping some elves would appear and help solve this one tonight! :-)

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@AAmes It looks to me that your code is based on out of date examples or docs. Specifically, the rasterio module no longer exports a drivers() function. Please see http://mapbox.github.io/rasterio/quickstart.html for Rasterio 1.0 usage examples.

I'm sorry about the difficulty of integrating Rasterio with QGIS. I haven't tried it myself, but being familiar with the problems of distributing Python C extensions, I'm surprised that you got it to work at all. Normally, Rasterio is installed using pip. I'm not sure what would be required to install it for QGIS's embedded Python.

  • Thanks for the note the drivers() function I took directly from the example that I found. It looks like it was outdated!! I am now running into a new problem (Which does not have me at a brick wall as I was before.. and I will keep at it!) I am now seeing this error repeating: Traceback (most recent call last): File "C:\QGIS\apps\Python27\lib\logging_init_.py", line 875, in emit self.flush() File "C:\QGIS\apps\Python27\lib\logging_init_.py", line 835, in flush self.stream.flush() IOError: [Errno 9] Bad file descriptor Logged from file env.py, line 160 – A.A Dec 7 '16 at 19:15
  • As a note of installing it with QGIS - I'll claim success once it is working! I have seen evidence that there are some people out there who have gotten it to work. Rasterio is a amazingly powerful module which would vastly accelerate the functionality of working on rasters inside of pyQGIS. I installed everything using the lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs python wheels. It took some work to get pip up and wheel up and running but systematically going through all of the dependencies with a pip install dependency --upgrade seemed to get me a long ways (got me to import XX) – A.A Dec 7 '16 at 19:22
  • oh and this is the location of the BAD example! pypi.python.org/pypi/rasterio/0.5.1 – A.A Dec 7 '16 at 19:44

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