[GRASS-user] Install package for add-on in /usr/bin/python3
robin.kohrs at uni-jena.de
Tue Mar 31 06:42:28 PDT 2020
thank you very much for the effort and the patience in answering!
I'll definitely give this a try. I already have so many issues on my
computer, one more doesn't matter;)
thanks again and best regards,
Citando Stefan Blumentrath <Stefan.Blumentrath at nina.no>:
> Hi Robin,
> You could try setting the GRASS_PYTHON environment variable to your
> Python installation with fmask.
> import os
> os.environ['GRASS_PYTHON'] = '/YOUR/PYTHON/PATH'
> As Markus indicates that can cause other issues.
> You may also have a look at https://github.com/zarch/grass-session
> for inspiration.
> Hope that gives you at least a lead...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: grass-user <grass-user-bounces at lists.osgeo.org> On Behalf Of
> Robin Kohrs
> Sent: tirsdag 31. mars 2020 09:25
> To: Markus Neteler <neteler at osgeo.org>
> Cc: GRASS user list <grass-user at lists.osgeo.org>
> Subject: Re: [GRASS-user] Install package for add-on in /usr/bin/python3
> Hi Markus,
> thank you very much for your answer and the help!
> Do you have any idea what I could do to make the fmask-package
> "locatable" for the python-interpreter that grass is using?
> I tried the following options, but I guess I just don't know
> sufficiently about how python and grass really work together:
> My python-script looks more or less like this:
> #!/usr/bin/env python3
> import sys
> print("SYS PATH")
> print("SYS EXECUTABLE")
> import grass.script as grass
> from rios import fileinfo # that's where it fails from fmask import fmask
> That's why I tried until now:
> - I created an environment with conda and installed python-fmask via
> "conda install -c conda-forge python-fmask". The function
> "fmask_sentinel2Stacked.py" lies in
> - When I open an interactive python-shell and import fmask and rios
> and the type: "fmask.__file__" it gives me
> - I then added
> "/home/robin/miniconda3/envs/fmask/lib/python3.7/site-packages/" to
> the variable PYTHONPATH in my .bashrc
> - When I now start the interpreter that grass uses from the command
> line by typing "/usr/bin/pyton3" I can import fmask and rios
> - However when I run the script with grass it always says that there
> is no package names rios. Moreover the path I added to PYTHONPATH is
> not printed when it executes "sys.path" in my grass script
> I'm sorry for this little confusing question. But in case someone
> has any idea how I could make grass find fmask, would be super highly
> thanks a lot in advance! Cheers
> Citando Markus Neteler <neteler at osgeo.org>:
>> Hi Robin,
>> On Sat, Mar 21, 2020 at 6:15 PM Robin Kohrs <robin.kohrs at uni-jena.de> wrote:
>>> Hi everyone:)
>>> I'm really sorry for this naive question. I'm kind of starting with
>>> GRASS and I just can't find a solution...
>>> The issue is, that I would like to try to write a little GRASS Add-on
>>> and use the python-fmask package. While this package is only
>>> downloadable via conda it always installs into
>>> `/home/user/miniconda3/bin/python3`. Even when I did `conda
>>> deactivate` prior to this.
>> I guess that mixing conda packages and "regular" ones is causing troubles.
>>> When I then have the import statement `import fask` in the
>>> grass-script it always throws an error, saying that fmask is not
>>> installed. When I print the `sys.executable` in the grass-script it
>>> tells me that the interpreter is in `usr/bin/python3`. So I thought
>>> that I'd install the fmask-package in a way that this interpreter can
>>> find it while executing the script. But I just don't know how. I can
>>> add the fmask-path to sys.path, but I don't think this is the
>>> solution. Maybe someone has a pointer what I'm not getting.
>> There is also the environment variable PYTHONPATH which could be set
>> in the session.
>> But again, mixing might cause problems.
>> Now I wanted to check
>> but the server is down...
>>> Hope everyone is good these days:)!
>> Good luck everyone,
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