[obspy-users] obspy-users Digest, Vol 64, Issue 15

gonzalo antonio fernandez marañon tonino.gafm at gmail.com
Sat Mar 19 22:31:54 CET 2016


Dr. Robert Barsch

Thank you a lot for your effors, sorry for the question, now Do I need
to change the code on obspy/io/gse2/libgse1.py?

I am working on window 7, do I need to re compile the python script?

When I tryed to update with the command easy_install -U obspy and no result.

Thank you in advance, best regards.

Tonino

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> Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2016 22:47:16 +0100
> From: Robert Barsch <barsch at egu.eu>
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> Hi Tonino,
>
> your GSE2 file uses the data type INT which was (surprisingly) not
> supported - only CM6 encoded GSE2 files are currently working in the
> official release. However I just fixed this in
>
> https://github.com/obspy/obspy/pull/1334/commits/5c2b25357807779575c6bb75ddb3ef9157a19dc7
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> Cheers,
> Robert
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> Am 17.03.2016 um 20:11 schrieb gonzalo antonio fernandez mara?on:
>> Dear Tobias.
>>
>> Tanks in advance for the time, well I typed  :
>> obspy-runtests gse2    then the answer was...RAN 36 tests in 1.7seconds.
>>
>> I think the library and everything are ok.
>>
>> but again when i type
>>
>> from obspy import read
>> from obspy.gse2 import libgse2, libgse1
>> import os,sys
>>
>>
>> os.chdir(r'D:\Seismic_Inves\Digitizing_old_seismogram\Data_Fonyx')
>> r=read('boa___00_07a.gse')
>>
>> I got the error ...
>>
>> WindowsError: exception: access violation writing 0x80006F63
>>
>>
>> When I use seisan to test the file, it runs without problems.
>>
>> I attached the file, is there something wrong in my way to read, or
>> maybe the file.
>>
>> Thank you a lot for the time, best regards.
>>
>> Tonino
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