Locates arcpy and makes it available to the running python distribution
Searches the (windows) system for arcgis and makes arcpy available to python (regardless of pythonpath/system path/registry settings). It's typically used when using a python distribution that's wasn't installed by ArcGIS. Ones downloaded direct from Python.org or a conda environment for two examples.
If ArcGIS is not found, an
ImportError is thrown.
pro=True to target ArcGIS Pro instead of ArcGIS Desktop.
try: import archook #The module which locates arcgis archook.get_arcpy() import arcpy except ImportError: # do whatever you do if arcpy isnt there.
try: import archook #The module which locates arcgis archook.get_arcpy(pro=True) import arcpy except ImportError: # do whatever you do if arcpy isnt there.
Note: You may need to create a
conda-meta directory in your Python interpreter's directory (referred to by
sys.prefix) if you get an error like the following:
ImportError("arcpy needs to run within an active ArcGIS Conda environment")
Regular install with pip:
pip install archook
Install in developer mode using Git:
git clone https://github.com/JamesRamm/archook.git pip install --editable .\archook
Install in developer mode manually:
- Fetch https://github.com/JamesRamm/archook/archive/master.zip
pip install --editable path\to\archook-master
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