Importer and Exporter for GWSW
A library for the GWSW-hydx exchange format
RioNED is going to release a new format for exchanging sewerage data called GWSW-hydx. This tool could be used to exchange sewerage data from and to a hydx format (*.csv).
For more information about GWSW-hydx: https://apps.gwsw.nl/item_definition
For more information about the database scheme of 3Di: https://docs.3di.lizard.net/en/stable/d_before_you_begin.html#database-overview
Purporse of this script is to exchange information between different formats. This means that this library doesn’t improve lacking or incorrect data. For example, it doesn’t remove double manholes on the same location. This libary does provide all kinds of checks with warning and error messages.
This tool is currently in development. Therefore only nodes, weirs, orifices and pumpstations are currently supported.
We’re installed with:
$ pip install hydxlib
It’s possible to run this tool on command line or with python
$ hydxlib --import_type hydx --export_type threedi etc.
from hydxlib import run_import_export, write_logging_to_file log_relpath = os.path.join(os.path.abspath(options.hydx_path), "import_hydx_hydxlib.log") write_logging_to_file(hydx_path) run_import_export(import_type, export_type, hydx_path, threedi_db_settings)
Installation for development
We’re installed with pipenv, a handy wrapper around pip and virtualenv. Install that first with pip install pipenv. Then run on Linux:
$ PIPENV_VENV_IN_PROJECT=1 pipenv --three $ pipenv install --dev
$ set PIPENV_VENV_IN_PROJECT=1 $ pipenv --three $ pipenv install --dev
There will be a script you can run like this:
$ pipenv run run-hydxlib
It runs the main() function in hydxlib/scripts.py, adjust that if necessary. The script is configured in setup.py (see entry_points).
In order to get nicely formatted python files without having to spend manual work on it, run the following command periodically:
$ pipenv run black hydxlib
Run the tests regularly. This also checks with pyflakes, black and it reports coverage. Pure luxury:
$ pipenv run pytest
The tests are also run automatically on “travis”, you’ll see it in the pull requests. There’s also coverage reporting on coveralls.io.
Changelog of hydxlib
- Closing database connection
- Updating bug in rectangular cross sections
- Using the final version of the hydx format.
- Bug fix discharge coefficient orifices in Threedi.
- Small fixes.
- Added docstrings and updated the readme.
- Enabled automatic pypi.org uploads from travis-ci.com
- Initial project structure created with cookiecutter and https://github.com/nens/cookiecutter-python-template .
- Set up automatic testing with travis: https://travis-ci.com/nens/hydxlib .
- First working version with hydx import and 3Di postgres output. In this version only nodes, weirs, orifices and pumpstations are supported.
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