[vtkusers] wxVTKRenderWindowInteractor.py fails on OSX with VTK Cocoa build

Mike Jackson imikejackson at gmail.com
Thu Feb 21 23:55:04 EST 2008

On Feb 21, 2008, at 6:11 PM, Christopher Barker wrote:

> Dan White wrote:
>> There is a new OSX port in the wxWidgets source code already,
>> called xwCocoa....
>> however this is still missing much functionality....
>> So in the long run, for 64 bit VTK application using wxPython on OSX
>> wxPython needs to be able to use the new wxCocoa.
> I guess in the long run, wx will use Cocoa -- is it firm that Apple  
> will never do a 64 bit Carbon? Even so, can you mingle 64 bit stuff  
> and 32 bit stuff -- it's not like you'll ever need 64 bits for the  
> GUI itself.
>> In the mean time, the only other option left for a 64 bit
>> wxPython GUI VTK application on OSX is.....
> What about pyObjC and vtkCocoa? can you use those together?
> -Chris

As long as pyObjC has NO carbon, then sure, but the 64 bit issues  
with VTK are _still_ there. See Sean's previous post/warning.


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