Can't import GDAL into Python (2.5 or 2.6)
jpglutting at gmail.com
Fri Aug 20 07:19:44 PDT 2010
That didn't seem to resolve the problem, but i am not sure I installed everything properly. I am a little out of my depth as far as the ins-and-outs of Macports packages go. Maybe someone else can give it a try and see if it works for them (if they have the problem - since no one else seemed to have this problem here, maybe there is just something messed up with my configuration).
I tried rebuilding and installing gdal with the -f flag to force it to overwrite, but it still didn't leave anything in the site-packages directory.
Also, was the patch supposed to have a "." at the end of it? I took it off, and it overwrote the existing patch file, but that may have been a mistake.
In any case, I do have GDAL installed and working in the Apple version of Python (Thanks KyngChaos!), so I don't need to get this to work urgently (in any case, I could copy back the relevant files). I can wait for the newer version next week, especially since it does not seem to be a general problem.
Thanks for your help,
On Aug 20, 2010, at 3:19 PM, Vincent Habchi wrote:
> you will find in attachement a new version of the Portfile and a new patch file that should work.
> If your installation is standard, the portfile goes in:
> and the patch file in:
> Try them (don't forget to save the old version if something would go wrong). Normally, it should work. Please use only one +python option, either 25 or 26 because they are mutually exclusive. I've added, by the way, a new spatialite option to link against it, but there is a bug in spatialite that prevents it from working, so forget it right now.
> If it work, I'll open a bug report and suggest the new files to upgrade to 1.7.2 and fix the bug.
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