[vtk-developers] [new tree] what happened to vtkImplicitModeller :)
sebastien at barre.nom.fr
Wed Jun 20 22:53:10 EDT 2001
At 21/06/2001 01:11, Sebastien BARRE wrote:
>At 21/06/2001 00:06, John Biddiscombe wrote:
>>>Sorry, we are removing it and I must have forgotten to remove it from
>>>the CMakeLists.txt file. Go ahead and remove it from the file and
>>>commit. Its functionality is all in vtkWin32OpenGLRenderWindow now.
>>Whilst you're at it, there are dependency problems with
>>need vtkMergePoints. My local cmakelists has them commented out, I didn't
>>look to see where problem was (ie which lib was missing)
>yes, I know, there are also pb with the ImplicitModeler needing
>I'll see what I can do.
Sorry, but I'm having some difficulties to understand why
vtkImplicitModeller moved from Graphics/ to Imaging/.
To fix that I had to introduce a new dependency in Imaging, as it now
depends on class found in Graphics (vtkImplicitModeller needs
vtkClipPolyData for example). I thought we were trying to avoid this.
I had to to this for IO/ too, because (as John pointed), some classes
needed vtkMergePoints. But as these classes are Readers, and as readers
have always been in IO/ (to my knowledge), I do not understand why we step
into this error just now...
I've added vtkGraphics to LINK_LIBRARIES (...). I've also modified the
TARGET_LINK_LIBRARIES for the Tcl, Java and Python parts, but the new tree
builds fine without vtkGraphicsTcl, vtkGraphicsJava or vtkGraphicsPython in
IO/ or Imaging/. Ken, this is not the first time I notice that libs put in
TARGET_LINK_LIBRARIES have no influence on the Windows build. Could you
please clarify me that point ? Is it mandatory on the Unix side ?
The new tree builds fine on my computer... except for the Python Tk
Widgets, which fail because John did some tweaking on the Tcl/Tk
dependencies (good indeed), but forgot the Python part :)) So I guess I'm
the only one here building the Python wrappers for the new tree ? :) Fixed :)
I've committed the changes.
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