[vtkusers] Adding a new class in vtk precompiled binaries

George Kamucha kamucha at hfm.e-technik.uni-kassel.de
Mon Feb 12 10:34:38 EST 2001


Just thought I could use a short cut and avoid the compilation process, seems impossible. I have
built the vtk from the source rpm and was able to add the new class, thanks a lot for your
valuable advice.



"Daniel J. Blezek, Ph.D." wrote:

> George,
>   Are you refering to the .src.rpm file?  If so, then this is an error,
> and I can fix it for you.  As far as the binary RPM's are concerned, they
> are explicitly _not_ set up for development work.  The user.make is
> specific for the development machine that the RPMs are built on.  I would
> suggest you install the source rpm, and build from that.
> -dan
> On Mon, 12 Feb 2001, George Kamucha wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I have just upgraded my vtk using a nightly RPM for Linux, the binary is
> > running smoothly but I  just found myself in a fix when I tried to add a
> > new class. The files  "user.make" and "Makefile.in", which I need to
> > edit in order to add the new class are non existent, well,  as
> > expected!  But how does one go about adding a new class here, do I have
> > to write my own "Makefile.in" or is there another way out? Please
> > assist.
> >
> > Regards
> >
> > George
> >
> >
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