Difference between revisions of "Talk:GeoView"

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-- [[user:romjerome]]
 
-- [[user:romjerome]]
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Well I've did all to get the webkit as descriped above and the safari check runs well.
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I have the GeoView.py in the DataView folder.
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But at all: It does not work.
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For all my other work I don't need the data-views variable in keys.ini.
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I did a step by step trial through the sources and found that both imports of GeoView.py fail:
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(Start at line 71)
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WebKit = NOWEB
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try:
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    import webkit
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    WebKit = WEBKIT
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except:
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    pass
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if WebKit == NOWEB:
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    try:
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        import gtkmozembed
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...
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Should I get some where a webkit.py or webkit.pyc? Following the suggested link for a Windows WebKit there is no file like this available... So I'm not able to set any PATH.
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The "gtkmozembed" looks like a request for Mozilla to me...
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-Helge

Revision as of 22:08, 31 March 2009

Hi,

I tried to use this feature (Gramps 3.1.1 from SVN, Windows Vista, IE7) but:

- I do not have a data-views variable in keys.ini file. I did a manually copy, but it doesn't help to see the new tab for Geoview in Preferences.

- Is there any where a geoview.py for download??

-Helge


Hi,

Seems to me that you need an HTML kit for having GeoViewPreferences.png !

geoview.py for Gramps 3.1.1 should be on your /DataViews directory. Also is available there !

-- user:romjerome

Well I've did all to get the webkit as descriped above and the safari check runs well. I have the GeoView.py in the DataView folder. But at all: It does not work. For all my other work I don't need the data-views variable in keys.ini. I did a step by step trial through the sources and found that both imports of GeoView.py fail: (Start at line 71) WebKit = NOWEB try:

   import webkit
   WebKit = WEBKIT

except:

   pass

if WebKit == NOWEB:

   try:
       import gtkmozembed

...

Should I get some where a webkit.py or webkit.pyc? Following the suggested link for a Windows WebKit there is no file like this available... So I'm not able to set any PATH. The "gtkmozembed" looks like a request for Mozilla to me... -Helge