[vtkusers] Can VTK use other GUI tools?
David D. Marshall
gte552m at prism.gatech.edu
Tue Feb 13 15:50:51 EST 2001
On Tuesday 13 February 2001 15:34, Sebastien BARRE wrote:
> Hi David,
> At 13/02/2001 15:19, David D. Marshall wrote:
> > > #include "vtk/somevtkclass.h"
> > >
> > > by
> > >
> > > #include "somevtkclass.h"
> >I never know which way is standard :(. I install vtk in
> >/usr/local/include/vtk (as I thought the rpms did?????). Is there a
> >consensus as to which is the approved way?
> Yes, I would definitely advise :
> #include "thevtkclass.h"
> then add the include path using the -I directive, as you would do with
> most libs :)
> Using vtk/thevtkclass.h will prevent these of us that are using the source
> or the CVS from compiling it, because include files are split into several
> directories (graphics/, imaging/, common/, etc).
That makes a lot of sense. I'll change it, thanks.
> > > ....it will compile, but will still fail to link when plugged in your
> > > previous example.dsw archive, with various "unresolved reference" when
> > > linked again wx22_5 + Windows 2000. Puzzling.
> >I didn't have an example.dsw in my tar-ball, and I don't see where Brian
> > Todd had one either. What are you refering to?
> I'm referring to the file that Marco referred to in the email posted last
> week :
> >Take a look at http://www.cineca.it/download/devel/wxwin/wxVTKDialog.zip,
> >it's an example of showing how to write a multiplatform c++ program that
> >uses wxWindows and VTK. The GUI, even if simple, was designed with
> >wxDesigner, a pretty commercial RAD tool for wxWindows. The wxVTKWindow
> >class seem to work properly either under Linux and Windows, but I had some
> >problems with SGI machines (IRIX).
> Am I just wrong, or are we speaking of the same wxVTKWindow class ?
We are speaking of the same class, I just figured out what the
miscommunication was. It was Marco's dsw and example with the wxVTKWindow
class that I had emailed him a few weeks ago.
> > I have win2k and can try to see
> >what's the deal. What are the unresolved references?
> I'll send you the messages privately :)
> >I don't use python, and I wanted a C++ way to do it, and I needed things
> > that Brian Todd's classes didn't have (user input stuff). I believe that
> > they are similar, but the mouse/keyboard stuff I believe is different
> > (and it's been a few months since I looked at the wxPython code). I use
> > the VTK interactor architecture and I think that wxPython does it's own
> > handling of
> >mouse/keyboard events.
> Yes, definitely.
> >So I can take advantage of the trackball and joystick
> >camera motion modes (and any other modes that are added later) without any
> >code changes (I believe) since all I do is redirect the mouse/keyboard
> > events to the VTK interactor (except for the 'q' key for a good reason
> > that escapes me right now :).
> You are right, I had a look at your code, and this is also a valid
> solution. Thanks for the good work.
David D. Marshall
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