[Loadstone] Problem using the Python version of Loadstonetools on Gentoo Linux
shawn at loadstone-gps.com
Thu Aug 30 22:55:25 BST 2012
This looks like there's probably a difference between your version of python
and the one the script was written for. The script was probably written for
version 2.x so something must have changed with later python versions. I'm
not exactly sure how to fix the script but you shouldn't need it anyway.
All the openstreetmap data is now part of the loadstone point share so you
should use that rather than obtaining data from openstreetmap and trying to
convert it to loadstone format. If you still need the offline tools for some
reason then you may have to google a bit and do some code hacking to get it
to work with your python version. Good luck.
On Thu, 30 Aug 2012, John Robinson wrote:
> Hi everyone. Apologies if this is off topic, but I would very much appreciate
> some advice on how to use the Python version of Loadstone's off-line tools.
> I am running Gentoo Linux with Python 3.2.3. I checked out revision 49 of
> the source code for the Loadstone off-line tools from
> http://loadstonetools.googlecode.com using Subversion and the source code for
> the Loadstone off-line tools is now in a 'Loadstonetools-read-only' folder in
> my home directory. I changed to this directory and typed the following to
> see if the osm.py script was working:
> python osm.py --help
> The following is the output I received after typing this command:
> 'File "osm.py", line 37
> print _("Enter your e-mail adress:")
> SyntaxError: invalid syntax'
> I unfortunately know nothing about programming in Python and have never used
> the Loadstone off-line tools before. I have no idea why the osm.py script is
> not working for me and would very much appreciate advice on how to resolve
> Many thanks for any help.
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