I have not used this in a while now but the first step, if I remember is to 
export the object style from the .tab into a new field.  
This is done in Mapinfo.  Have you done this step?


> Le 15 nov. 2016 à 19:37, dandrigo [via OSGeo.org] 
> <ml-node+s1560n5295947...@n6.nabble.com> a écrit :
> Good morning, 
> I'm working on windows 10 with mapinfo 16, qgis 2.16.3. 
> I tried to use the usefull following plugin called "MapInfo to QGIS style 
> generator": 
> https://github.com/NathanW2/MapInfo-to-QGIS-style-generator/wiki/Using-MapInfo-to-QGIS-style-generator.
> But when i launch this following command via osgeo4w shell : 
> python mapinfoToQgis.py F:\temp\commerces.TAB F:\temp\out.qml -c 
> An error message appears. I send you the attachment showing the error 
> message. 
> Could you throw light for me regarding the meaning of the error message and 
> could youhow to help me in order to find a solution? 
> In advance, thank you very much. 
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