Hi,

It took a while to find everything, but I do have all the dependencies.  CentOS4 is my distro on i686.

This is what I get when I try to run gramps-2.2.6 from the command line (2.0.11 worked for me), and it does not load:

$gramps
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/share/gramps/gramps.py", line 97, in ?
    import gramps_main
  File "/usr/share/gramps/gramps_main.py", line 47, in ?
    import ViewManager
  File "/usr/share/gramps/ViewManager.py", line 68, in ?
    import GrampsCfg
  File "/usr/share/gramps/GrampsCfg.py", line 47, in ?
    from GrampsWidgets import *
  File "/usr/share/gramps/GrampsWidgets.py", line 120, in ?
    class IconButton(gtk.Button):
  File "/usr/share/gramps/GrampsWidgets.py", line 122, in IconButton
    def __init__(self, func, handle, icon=gtk.STOCK_EDIT,
AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'STOCK_EDIT'

I have no idea what to do, but I sure would like this version.

Marlaina Barr


On Sun, 2007-03-11 at 09:11 +0100, benny.malengier@ugent.be wrote:
Marlaina,
0.11
see if what you need is on
http://www.gramps-project.org/wiki/index.php?title=Installation

If not, ask away on this list.
The media tool can, after 2.2.6 is installed, be found in the tools 
menu. Try it
on a copy of your database first (export your data to a new .grdb).

2.2.6 is also a lot faster on 10.000+ databases, you will like it. Getting the
dependencies all right might be a problem however if you're on an old
distribution.

Benny

Quoting Marlaina Barr <marlaina@gctts.org>:

> That would be great!  I recently updated through DAG from
> gramps-2.0.11-1.el4.rf to gramps-2.2.5-1.el4.rf and gramps would not
> load.  I got a slew of error messages so just reinstalled the old one :
> (
>
> I will need to probably update some dependencies, but yum update did not
> add or list them.
>
> Marlaina
>
> On Sat, 2007-03-10 at 18:23 -0500, Gerald Britton wrote:
>
>> in 2.2.6 there is a media tool to let you do string replacement.  So
>> if I have media objects with "/my/media/files" and I want to change it
>> to "/your/media/files" I can do it in one go using this tool . This is
>> probably what you want
>>
>> On 3/10/07, Marlaina Barr <marlaina@gctts.org> wrote:
>> >
>> >  I have three grdbs I want to combine into one by importing one to the
>> > other.  But when I do, the media paths won't work and I'll have to 
>> manually
>> > change the media paths for each media thing.  I have over 300 in each of
>> > them so it will be an ardorous task.
>> >
>> >  For instance, one grdb and it's corresponding media is in my directory
>> > genealogy/DATABASES/Settle
>> >  That directory has my Settle.grdb and 300+ media files
>> >
>> >  another I want to combine is  in my directory 
>> genealogy/DATABASES/McKnight
>> >  Same deal.
>> >
>> >  I want to create a new directory
>> > genealogy/DATABASES/Settle-Mcknight and have all my media
>> > files and the new grdb in it.
>> >
>> >  I hate to have media sources in different directories.
>> >
>> >  With the old .gramps system, the media files were in the database 
>> and there
>> > were no path problems.
>> >
>> >  AND when I imported my old .gramps databases into the new .grdb ones, My
>> > media files lost their names and were replaced with numbers such as
>> > 00005.gif.  For instance my file 1800.Census.Holdeman.gif became 
>> 00005.gif.
>> >  This makes identification slow for them.   I am manually replacing those
>> > numbers with the names they originally had.
>> >
>> >  Another problem I have is probably due to the way I am inputting source
>> > files.  When I add a source, I click on the gallery tab in the source
>> > editor.  Then select a media object from my files.   This way I can add
>> > notes to the media object through the media editor and those notes 
>> will not
>> > be visible when I convert it to a gedcom and upload it to a web site. They
>> > will be for my own personal use.   If I add my notes to the source editor,
>> > those notes show up.  But when I export to a gedcom to send my entire
>> > database to someone, the media files are not there.  Just the sources with
>> > no reference to media paths.  So if I send all the media files to someone,
>> > they won't know which goes with which source.
>> >
>> >  With 10,000+ names and sources already in 8 databases, major changes will
>> > not be possible.
>> >
>> >  Any suggestions with any of these problems?
>> >
>> >  Marlaina Barr
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