thanks a lot! I fixed the config file and I am now able to load 3ds
files. I also followed your suggestion to use PyProtocols without
speedups (from the bug I reported recently) and it worked fine.
On Sat, Aug 23, 2008 at 2:20 PM, Matthias Baas <matthias.baas@...> wrote:
> Roberto Brunelli wrote:
>> I've found a (small) compilation glitch and a problem after
>> 1. When compiling, I add to add the -mt suffix at the required boost
>> libraries (the required library without the -mt was not in the
> The setup script cannot determine the name of the Boost.Python library
> itself. The default name is just "boost_python" but if the lib has a
> different name on your system you have to set that name in your
> config.cfg file (variable BOOST_LIB).
>> Using the checkenv utility after installing tells me that
> This output looks fine. Only PyODE is missing but you really only need
> that once you want to do rigid body dynamics.
>> 2. When I try to load a .3ds file
>> TM_faces/3D_models> viewer.py -X -T -v Roby.3ds
>> it fails with the following notification
>> Python 2.5.1 (r251:54863, May 4 2007, 16:52:23)
>> [GCC 4.1.2]
>> Environment variable VIEWER_DEFAULT_OPTIONS not set.
>> 0 joysticks available
>> SpaceMouse/SpaceBall module (spacedevice) not available
>> Loading "Roby.3ds"...
>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>> File "/usr/bin/viewer.py", line 667, in <module>
>> File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/cgkit/tool.py", line 191, in run
>> File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/cgkit/cmds.py", line 926, in load
>> raise NoImporter('No import plugin found for extension "%s".'%ext)
>> cgkit.cmds.NoImporter: No import plugin found for extension "3ds".
>> Inspection of available 3d(s) libraries shows that the following are in
> What does your config.cfg file look like? Did you enable 3ds support?
> (by default, every optional library is disabled, there is no automatic
> configuration that checks for the libs)
> Have a look at the config_template.cfg file to see what variables you
> can set.
> - Matthias -
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