<troellingerhermann@...> wrote: > i want to
> but i'm afraid it doesn't work. so pleas give me
> some tipps.
> which packages should be installed first and so on.
> where can i get a offline tutorial of pyopengl?
> thank you,
Most parts of pyopengl work well, but there are a few
parts which don't.
If you're on windows download the binary installer
If you're on linux/unix download cvs, then read
README.cvs for a list of dependencies.
I'm not sure about the best option for the mac.
http://pyopengl.sourceforge.net/ for links on docs,
including OpenglContext( a frame work for gl apps ).
Check out these nehe python examples using pygame.
I think pygame is the best/easiest way to start with
There are also some applications in the OpenGL/Demo/
If you have any problems drop a note to the list, and
we'll help you out :)
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From: Jack Jansen <Jack.J<ansen@or...> - 2002-12-01 11:00:27
On zaterdag, nov 30, 2002, at 18:51 Europe/Amsterdam, Hermann=20
> i want to use pyopengl2
> but i'm afraid it doesn't work. so pleas give me some tipps.
> which packages should be installed first and so on. where can i get a=20=
> offline tutorial of pyopengl?
you'll need to give a *lot* more detail, for instance:
- What OS are you using? Linux? Windows? MacOSX? Something else? Which=20=
- What do you mean by "it doesn't work"? Did the install fail? Does it=20=
install but do the demos fail? Which version of Python? Which PyOpenGL?=20=
(Source distribution, CVS?).
There are thousands of ways in which PyOpenGL can fail to work...
- Jack Jansen <Jack.Jansen@...> =20
- If I can't dance I don't want to be part of your revolution -- Emma=20