Do you have the GDAL_DRIVER_PATH environment variable set on your Windows
That is what going to make the GDAL dll inside the Python process to find the
plugins. GDAL command line tools doesn't need that because they get it from a
default path relative to where they are installed ".\gdalplugins".
> -------Original Message-------
> From: Alain Cembro <acem...@yahoo.com>
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [gdal-dev] Problem with GDAL Python bindings and ECW format under
> Sent: Jan 25 '11 10:25
> Hello list,
> I have written a Python program to create ECW files. It is working fine
> under Linux, but not under Windows XP.
> I have installed :
> - Python 2.6.6 (the official version)
> - gdal-18-1500-core.msi
> - gdal-18-1500-ecw.msi
> - GDAL-1.8.0.win32-py2.6.exe
> I downloaded the last three files at http://vbkto.dyndns.org/sdk/
> GDAL is working :
> - gdalinfo lists the ECW format as available (rw).
> - I can create ECW files with gdal_translate.
> But in a Python console, osgeo.gdal.getDriverByName("ECW") return None.
> Is it a known problem, or is there something wrong in my installation ?
> Thanks for any help.
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