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I have a short script that reads a text file with a list of folders.
This can be caused by an error in a previous line; for example: def x(): y = [ print "hello" x() This produces the following error: File "E:\Python\test.py", line 14 print "hello" ^ Syntax Error: invalid syntax When clearly the error is...
I added some Print commands to keep watch on the Workspace and filepath variables.
This tells me that it correctly obtains the folder name every time but doesn't see the MXDs in the first folders.
The error message is indicating that the problem lies in the space in the directory path - the bash_profile is being truncated by the space and it is splitting the path into 2.
It may be a problem with the way bash handles spaces, but I am not 100% sure.
(Anaconda runs in a virtual env) 2) Does it has anything to do with the folder with python code being installed in Dropbox?