[Qgis-user] Re: RasterCalc

Agustin Lobo alobolistas at gmail.com
Thu Jan 28 11:15:32 EST 2010

just an slight difference: in installations made with the win qgis
standalone installer
there is no Python25\Lib\site-packages folder
I copied
to \Quantum GIS Enceladus\python

and the plugin starts up. Will let you know any problem.



2010/1/28 Alexander Bruy <alexander.bruy at gmail.com>

> 2010/1/28 Agustin Lobo <alobolistas at gmail.com>:
> > I've tried to install pyparsing but the installation complains that there
> is
> > no python
> > in the registry and cannot browse to the python directory. I assume that
> > python
> > has been installed by the windows standalone qgis installer (am I
> wrong?),
> You are right, Python is installed by the windows standalone qgis installer
> but there are no records in windows registry about it. So *.exe installers
> can't
> find this Python
> > so what
> > can a "regular" user of the windows qgis do to use RasterCalc (in
> addition
> > to switch
> > to the osgeo4w version)? I'm trying to clarify the simplest method for
> > students.
> You can download a *.zip archieve of pyparsing module from download page
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/pyparsing/files/
> Direct link
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/pyparsing/files/pyparsing/pyparsing-1.5.2/pyparsing-1.5.2.zip/download
> Then extract the contents of archieve to the temporary folder and copy
> two python files
> pyparsing.py
> pyparsing_py3.py
> to the Python25\Lib\site-packages folder inside the standalone qgis folder
> Regards
> --
> Alexander Bruy
> mailto: alexander.bruy at gmail.com
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