2010/3/29 Doug Blank <doug.blank@gmail.com>
On Sun, Mar 28, 2010 at 2:44 PM, joel robin <joel.robin@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
>
> I did'nt use gramps for few months, and i just tried to update my database.
> After an xml export, I updated my gramps to 3.2.0-1, but I have problems
> with my places now.
>
> I saw that the format has been changed, and that I can use "place completion
> tools" to update my places.
>
> Bur when i install it using "help / plugin manager", the install seems
> working
>
> (this is the log:
> Examine 'PlaceCompletion/PlaceCompletion.gpr.py'...
>    'PlaceCompletion/PlaceCompletion.gpr.py' est pour cette version de
> Gramps.
> Installation de
> 'http://gramps-addons.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/gramps-addons/branches/gramps32/download/PlaceCompletion.addon.tgz'...
>    '/home/joel/.gramps/gramps32/plugins/PlaceCompletion' enregistré
> )
>
> But nothing appears in
> 'Tools > Utilities > Interactive place completion'
> as explained in the web page
> http://gramps-project.org/wiki/index.php?title=Place_completion_tool
>
> Someone can help me?

It looks like the original author (Benny) has decided to describe the
status of the tool as "UNSTABLE". This means that you won't see it
unless you run Gramps without the "-O" flag (ie, without
optimizations). I'm guessing that you have the -O.

How can you tell if you are running with -O and remove it? Two ways:

1.) Edit the gramps command file. Perhaps like this in the shell
(don't type the dollar signs, but what follows on the line after
dollar sign):

$ which gramps
/usr/bin/gramps
$ sudo gedit /usr/bin/gramps    # remove the -O

2) Run gramps directly without it:

$ locate gramps.py
/usr/share/gramps/gramps.py
$ python /usr/share/gramps/gramps.py

Hope that helps,

Would it not be easier to edit the placecompletion.gpr.py file, and change UNSTABLE into STABLE?
 
Benny


-Doug

> Thanks !

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