Is there a simple way to combine KML files into one KML file with Python?
Nothing complex, I just want to append them to each other.
Why I want it to be a script: Some people in our company create KML files of work site boundaries to display in Google Earth. The idea is to make these all accessible to everyone - my thought is that when a staff member creates a new KML, they can add it to a specific folder on the server. The script will run nightly to combine them, and all staff will have a network link in Google Earth to the folder - thus, they daily get new information in Google Earth.
This was a staff request, so I'm looking into it.
I installed the pyKML library with pip (latest version), but when I try to import it (in Atom with the Script package), I get the following error: ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'pyKML'
Path appears to be correct.
Can anyone provide assistance with pyKML or an alternate solution?