I have tried a trial run of this one component, before linking it to the energy balance Hydra example.
With simple and complex versions of the path length, and with version 2.7 and now 2.8 of Open Studio installed, and with the text panel with the file names fed directly to the re-run OS widget or via a path I get this “expected path, got scr” message. I have run the update HB and LB widgets while setting up the hydra example. I cannot see what else I can do.
Thanks for rapid response. I ran update options for HB + LB. I installed latest OS. Then i used just the new re-run osm widget to be sure there was no complexity from the hydra example making things tricky.
Not sure if my reply to my post becomes something that draws attention any longer, so I am trying again…
I am about to give up on this. I have not yet used the somewhat complex Hydra script yet. I have made sure ladybug and honeybee are as up to date as possible. I have set up a new simple process that just uses the import osm files widget, nothing else.
The error that i have seen listed in past posts remains…
This original question is still proving a headache.
I tried a clean install of everything on a colleague’s machine, but we cannot get the @chrismackey Hydra Energy Balance script to run. At least for us the window in the attached test building is not being ‘read’ by Honeybee as a window (when I decompose the included geometry based on type and visualise the model to show my colleague there is no window geometry.)
This problem is still bothersome. It probably should not be under this heading “solution exception”, but I am unsure of the etiquette of starting a new thread for an old problem that i am only coming to terms with better.
I can get the job done, but only at home. Anyone with some ideas about why the Honeybee Component GBXMLtoHB should work on a computer that I have full control over, and not on a university computer where I have only slightly less control to install software would be listened to with great care.
I am still trying to get the Energy Balance script to work.
I get different results at home using the same script and the same data from the same Dropbox folder.
The error that you are experiencing appears to be different from that experienced by others here. Can you turn off the parallel option so that we can see the real error that you are getting? Also, it might be worth posting your response under a new topic since it appears to be different from the others here.