I have installed gdal on my linux system and it worked fine.rotgut wrote: Perhaps it is possible to copy the OSGeoW4 gdal version already installed into the FreeCAD structure?
Any pointers would be greatly appreciated, I am keen to get cracking...
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import geodat.import_osm # import geodat.import_aster # import geodat.mydialog import geodat.navigator # import geodat.kthread # import geodat.projectiontools
I'm unable to install geodata workbench on windows.I have installed gdal on my linux system and it worked fine.
Thanks for replying. I tried in python console as you told. But still nothing happens. Whenever I select any option from the geodata workbench, I get a failed message. I'm sharing my problem in the form of following screenshots.What happens exactly?
When you have installed the workbench try first in python console window
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No, it didn't work. Same problem again.
sorry, I will debug it on a real windows computer next days. I have an old version running in my school, so I'm know that it can work but may be there is still an other dependency.cnirbhay wrote:No, it didn't work. Same problem again.
cnirbhay wrote: No, it didn't work. Same problem again.
There is a dependency on the animation wb, full error message from report view:microelly2 wrote: but may be there is still an other dependency.
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Running the Python command 'Import Heights' failed: Traceback (most recent call last): File "<string>", line 204, in Activated File "C:\Users\chris\AppData\Roaming\FreeCAD\Mod\geodata\geodat\import_heights.py", line 289, in mydialog import geodat.miki as miki File "C:\Users\chris\AppData\Roaming\FreeCAD\Mod\geodata\geodat\miki.py", line 10, in <module> from geodat.say import * File "C:\Users\chris\AppData\Roaming\FreeCAD\Mod\geodata\geodat\say.py", line 20, in <module> import Draft, Part, Animation No module named Animation