maus-0.4.0 fails to run simulate_mice.py and analyze_data_offline.py when compiled from Tarfile.
This has been tracked to file src/common_py/Go.py, which is looking for:
It produces the following error when they are not found:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "./bin/analyze_data_offline.py", line 41, in <module>
File "./bin/analyze_data_offline.py", line 38, in run
MAUS.Go(my_input, my_map, MAUS.ReducePyDoNothing(), MAUS.OutputCppRoot())
File "/home/itaylor/MICE/MAUS/maus-0.4.0/src/common_py/Go.py", line 130, in init
File "/home/itaylor/MICE/MAUS/maus-0.4.0/src/common_py/Go.py", line 191, in get_job_header
bzr_conf_file = open(os.path.join(bzr_dir, 'branch.conf'))
IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/home/itaylor/MICE/MAUS/maus-0.4.0/.bzr/branch/branch.conf'
I've assigned the bug to Chris Rogers, as my limited understanding of how to track down changes in launch-pad has suggested him as the most likely author of the new code.