From: Mike C. Fletcher <mcfletch@ro...> - 2003-12-16 06:13:41
Jesse Hager wrote:
>I built a Win32 installer for the latest release of PyOpenGL this
>evening. It is linked against Python 2.3 and Numpy 23. I also
>built a win32 version of the Togl-1.6 widget.
Really! What did you do to get that working? We've been unable to
create a working Togl with Python's Tk8.4. I'd love to see the changes
checked into the CVS repository.
>All the demos except 'dek/OglSurface/*' and
>'rened/sin_cos_reloaded' seem to behave as expected.
Very cool. Not sure why those would give you problems.
sin_cos_reloaded is a pretty minimal demo. I'd forgotten there even was
an OglSurface sub-package, so don't know what's up with it ATM.
>Also the wxGLCanvas in the wxPython demo is working
>correctly as well.
>OK, now that I've built it, what do I have to do to get it off
>my hard drive and get it to the people that want it so badly?
Edit setup.py and add a line
packager = "Jesse Hager <jessehager@...>",
after the maintainer lines, so that people can tell who packaged up the
python setup.py bdist_wininst
which will create dist/PyOpenGL-2.0.1.07.py2.3-numpy23.exe .
Upload that to SourceForge's incoming directory here (anonymous login):
then send me email saying you've uploaded it.
PS: I'm copying the PyOpenGL-devel list so that there's a copy for
Mike C. Fletcher
Designer, VR Plumber, Coder
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