I’m using “Sketchup.active_model.definitions.import” to impot a collada file(.dae). This worked without any problem for both Mac and Windows in Sketchup 2021. Now that I have upgraded to Sketchup 2023 I get this error on Mac:
Error: #<IOError: Failed converting file to SKP>
Does anyone know what has changed from 2021 to 2023 that might have caused this for Mac?
(IOError) is raised if the file is missing.
Without seeing the full code I guess something wrong with the path
(String) parameter when you are calling the DefinitionList #import method…
Perhaps you don’t have rights to read that file/directory… maybe the Sketchup does not installed properly
(or you are started Sketchup from the .dmg << I’m not a “Mac man”, just read somewhere that may causing this kind of things… )
I use Sketchup.temp_dir to copy the file from a server to the local temp folder, so it should probably have raised a error in that step if it didn’t exist but I will look into it, thanks
Can you share the dae file so we can check whether others also have issues with it?
No one has stated it, but some files do work.
I tried it with a simple file from the 3D warehouse. It did work, both on Windows and Mac.
Can you see if the file appears to be a valid xml file? Have you tried validating it (macOS only)? The below terminal command should validate it. I think it’s normally installed on macOS, not sure…
xmllint --noout --schema http://www.khronos.org/files/collada_schema_1_4_1.xsd <file path>
EDIT: You did say you tried it with SU2021 on both platforms. Hence, not sure about the cause…
I can’t share it, but I tried to import it by manually dragging it into the scene and it worked. And the same file works on Windows.
Supposedly, the API definition import method just calls the C++ native importer that the manual command uses.
Try downloading it to a different folder. Make sure you have folder permissions and use a test loop to test that the file is accessible. Ie, use
File.readable? before calling the import method.
I tried it and the file both exist and is readable. Maybe I need to look into if the native importer has changed since 2021
we I know of or that has been announced.
You can try:
- “Play” with an option hash, or omit it at all
- Try with different .dae
- Ignore Mac
“Ignore Mac ” I would if I could I will create a script that will test all possible ways to do it.
Testing all/none option hash didn’t work. But using the Sketchup 2022.0.353 works. Can’t see anything in the release notes for 2023 that might be the problem https://help.sketchup.com/en/release-notes/sketchup-desktop-20230