Hi Frank,

The problem is that the system administrator prefers just one  version of QGIS 
without installing OSGEO4W on every PC.
So I'm stuck with this version of QGIS.

Regards,


Reginald Carlier
Deskundige GIS
Gemeente Ingelmunster, Oostrozebekestraat 4, 8770 Ingelmunster
T+32 51 33 74 39www.ingelmunster.be
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-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
Van: Frank Broniewski [mailto:ha...@frankbroniewski.com]
Verzonden: donderdag 5 april 2018 9:34
Aan: Reginald Carlier; qgis-user@lists.osgeo.org
Onderwerp: AW: [Qgis-user] unable to deploy pythonscript

Hi Reginald,

pip and setuptools are both available through the OSGeo4W installer. You might 
as well try to use the OSGeo4W-Shell and not the default Windows CMD to install 
further python modules through pip or setuptools. Using the OSGeo4W-Shell takes 
care for setting up the right environment for Python.

HTH
Frank

Dipl. Geogr. Frank Broniewski
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66679 Losheim am See
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www.frankbroniewski.com

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Von: Qgis-user <qgis-user-boun...@lists.osgeo.org> Im Auftrag von Reginald
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 5. April 2018 08:26
An: qgis-user@lists.osgeo.org
Betreff: [Qgis-user] unable to deploy pythonscript

Hi,

Maybe this question should be posted to the development mailinglist but as I am 
not subscribed there I post it here.
I have written a python script that depends on external python packages 
(python-docx, pymssq, and others). When I am trying to deploy it on other 
computers, where there is a standalone installation of 
QGIS-OSGeo4W-2.18.17-1-Setup-x86_64.exe  on Windows 7 and where I have opened a 
cmd window as administrator, executed a bat file that sets the path right for 
the python environment of the installed qgis, I get an error when I try to 
execute pip commands.
I execute them as : python -m pip install python-docx Then I get a mentioning 
of setuptools that are not installed.
I tried to install setuptools with pip but then I got a mentioning of there not 
being a version of setuptools.
The python version is 2.75. I downloaded setuptools and unzipped it and 
executed easy_install.py but then I got a mentioning that I might have no 
rights to write to this directory. As I am administrator this can not be the 
case.
How can I install setuptools or use pip to download external python packages 
for the qgis python installation?

Regards,




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