|Re: [sumo-user] sumo nightly install via python issues|
Final findings (after several days of other work focus). The errors disappear from the python virtual environment (without a parallel installation), if I...
For the case that scripts from tools must be executed, copying tools/ from a machine with stable 1.12 to ~/sumo-test/share proves to provide correct operation. Note: In my case a local install of 1.12 stable is not installed simply because ppa:sumo-stable does not work on a debian bullseye distro (while regular install does version old version 1.8.0). In order to be able to operate the build.bat script (my dataset originated from OSMwizard), from ~/sumo-test/share I had to add a symlink (named 'bin') to ~/sumo-test/bin as well. Rob Am 11.02.2022, 13:54 Uhr, schrieb Rob Maris <rob@xxxxxxxxxxx>:
Thanks, Michael for this hint, perhaps, it makes sensse to add a hint to this section at the very place where the nightly via python is explained. A few days ago, a link was given by Jakob as follows: https://sumo.dlr.de/docs/Downloads.php#sumo_-_latest_development_version When I do that, the section regarding the virtual approach is simply not in view. All in all: The error upon opening a sumo simulation still persists when the package based install is removed. This is even the case when I leave nightly sumo-gui open and do a reload after package based install resp. remove. Error on my notebook: Error: unable to open file 'https://sumo.dlr.de/xsd/additional_file.xsd' In file '/home/rob/.../Simulation/SUMO/sumo-prorad/osm.poly.xml' (regardless virtual, or via sudo) Error on my desktop: Error: attribute 'fill' is not declared for element 'taz' In file '/home_old/rob/Dokumente/ProRad/Themen/Innenstadtring/Details/Simulation/SUMO/sumo-prorad/osm.additionals.xml' I'm aware of it that this is veeeery vague, but this might represent some sort of hint for you. The case with the failing https-access seems really curious. BTW: my suggestion to add sudo as a hint to the python install proves to be obsolete. Am 11.02.2022, 13:04 Uhr, schrieb Michael Behrisch <oss@xxxxxxxxxxx>:Hi Rob, thanks for the feedback. I think the best way to install the python wheels is in a virtual environment, just as mentioned on the download page, especially if you try out the nightly builds. Everything else messes in unpredictable ways with your local installation. Best regards, Michael PS: Yes, I would be interested in a (bug) report about errors on loading additional files. Am 11.02.22 um 12:06 schrieb Rob Maris:On my Linux notebook, all goes exactly well when I execute:pip install -i https://test.pypi.org/simple/ eclipse-sumohowever, when I execute the same on my linux desktop, the following is reported: rob@rob-desktop:/media/hdd/rob/ProRad/Themen/Innenstadtring/Details/Simulation/SUMO/sumo-prorad $ pip install -i https://test.pypi.org/simple eclipse-sumo Looking in indexes: https://test.pypi.org/simple Collecting eclipse-sumo Downloading https://test-files.pythonhosted.org/packages/c3/a7/6c4b9e76af1a9b0c4e78436ee5d59d423ab4823aac7645a19761f68dfa92/eclipse_sumo-1.12.0.post430-py2.py3-none-manylinux_2_17_x86_64.manylinux2014_x86_64.whl (42.9 MB) |████████████████████████████████| 42.9 MB 1.8 MB/s Installing collected packages: eclipse-sumo WARNING: The scripts activitygen, dfrouter, duarouter, emissionsDrivingCycle, emissionsMap, jtrrouter, marouter, netconvert, netedit, netgenerate, od2trips, polyconvert, sumo and sumo-gui are installed in '/home/rob/.local/bin' which is not on PATH. Consider adding this directory to PATH or, if you prefer to suppress this warning, use --no-warn-script-location. Successfully installed eclipse-sumo-1.12.0.post430 When I install here with sudo, all goes okay. But on my notebook, it went okay without sudo. Without changing PATH. The difference - as I found out: On the notebook, miniconda3 is installed. In this case, the whole sumo stuff is pythonway installed in ~/miniconda3/bin/. And the path is already okay. I'd suggest to advice the users (on the download page) to use sudo in order to simplify things. Hi When I install miniconda3 on the desktop, the install without sudo (a necessary condition to keep a package manager based install upright) goes without warning - which confirms that the finding is correct. ANOTHER FINDING: When the package manager based install is removed, after starting sumo-gui fom python install, a load error occurs on loading an additionals file. Very curious. Some Details I could supply separately. _______________________________________________ sumo-user mailing list sumo-user@xxxxxxxxxxx To unsubscribe from this list, visit https://www.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/sumo-user_______________________________________________ sumo-user mailing list sumo-user@xxxxxxxxxxx To unsubscribe from this list, visit https://www.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/sumo-user
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