Does anyone have a binary windows install for pyOpenGL for Python 2.3 =
that can be made available for download? I do not have a C compiler (or =
any knowledge of how to compile something if I did). If not, if someone =
could point me where to get a C compiler and how to do this, I will make =
it available for everyone.
I have a couple of python modules that I want to use (pyUI and pyGame) =
that need this library.
From: Mike C. Fletcher <mcfletch@ro...> - 2003-12-16 04:56:45
John Carter mentioned that he'd built a binary for Win32 a few days ago
from 2.0.1.07, and I'm afraid I somewhat dropped the ball on getting it
uploaded to SourceForge. Hopefully he's still willing :) .
Arthur provides a "minimal" build of 2.0.1.04, which is missing most of
the OpenGL extensions here:
If someone wants to stand up and declare themselves a packager for
Win32, please do so. About the only technical requirement is a fairly
secure PC with decent anti-virus, Python 2.2/2.3 w/ Numeric and MSVC++
6.0. Requires that you be willing to build new versions, given them a
quick once-over test, and upload them to SourceForge's incoming
directory. To some extent it requires that you be someone people can
generally trust to run a secure, non-infected machine, and not implant
anything malicious in the package.
Scott Hathaway wrote:
> Does anyone have a binary windows install for pyOpenGL for Python 2.3
> that can be made available for download? I do not have a C compiler
> (or any knowledge of how to compile something if I did). If not, if
> someone could point me where to get a C compiler and how to do this, I
> will make it available for everyone.
> I have a couple of python modules that I want to use (pyUI and pyGame)
> that need this library.
> Scott Hathaway
Mike C. Fletcher
Designer, VR Plumber, Coder
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