[vtkusers] vtk, python20, TkRenderWidget, Win2000
prabhu at aero.iitm.ernet.in
Wed Mar 7 11:43:12 EST 2001
>>>>> "David" == David Gobbi <dgobbi at irus.rri.on.ca> writes:
David> On Wed, 7 Mar 2001, Prabhu Ramachandran wrote:
>> Okay, so the VTK nightly builds wont work with Python1.5.2 is
>> that correct? If so, then, cant this be mentioned at the
>> download pages.
David> The VTK nightly builds work with Python 1.5.2 and Python
David> 2.0 under UNIX and Linux, and with Tcl/Tk 8.0 through 8.3
David> (probably 8.4 as well, but I've never tried).
Umm. But I thought that Python2.0 is not binary compatible with
Python1.5.x? So doesnt it matter as to which version of Python is
used to build VTK?
The other thing is - why do people have trouble with VTK on RedHat
7.0? Does it have anything to do with the Tcl/Tk version or is it
David> Yes, this is ugly. Also note that unless your tcl/tk
David> version matches the version of tcl/tk that python was built
David> against, the RenderWidgets will almost certainly not work
David> under python.
Okay - in which case cant a simple note be made on the site (or
atleast somewhere else) saying something like
This version of the vtk nightlies for this OS requires you to have:
(1) Python version >= x.y.z that is avlbl for dwnld "here".
(2) Tcl/Tk version >= x.y.z that is avlbl for dwnld "here".
and anything else worthy of mention. Dont you think this will
save a lot of hassle for new users of VTK?
I must have missed something but this is what I understand:
(1) The current vtk nightly binaries for Windows will work properly
if the user has
(a) Either Python 1.5.2 or above (i.e. it will also work for
(b) Will work only with Tcl/Tk version 8.2.
(2) The nightly RPMs will work with
(a) Python >= 1.5.2 (including 2.0).
(b) Tk version ?? I am not sure of this.
Is this correct?
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