Hello. Can you tell me if PyCLIPS is supported when used with the existing version of Python embedded in Panda3D version 1.6.2?
correct me if I'm wrong: Panda3D 1.6.2 uses Python 2.5, right? In this case PyCLIPS is fully supported: as it does not require other packages (except for the ones needed to compile it) it should build OOTB.
I thought it was Python 2.6, but I could be wrong.
How different are the versions as far as PyCLIPS is concerned?
Do you know of anyone using PyCLIPS and Panda3D?
Thank you for your reply!
The versions of Python that work for sure are 2.4 onwards. It has been tested on 2.5 and 2.6, but it should work on Python 2.7 too (since Python 2.7 preserves the 2.x API). I'm still working on a 3.x port (I'll skip 3.0 for sure, though), but it's not ready yet: it does not pass some of the included tests.
There are some messages in the Panda3D forums that mention PyCLIPS usage. However I don't know much about what the people involved are actually doing.
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