All users: Please execute ccw_setup.exe or ccw_setup.py after installation.
Also, please read the README and doc/ files in case of trouble.
Windows: NEW - The Py2Exe-Installer should work for most Windows versions
(only XP+7 tested) - you do not need to install Python anymore!
If you get a MSVCP90.DLL error, you need to install the
Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 (VC2008) Redist Pack
As a fallback, please use the 'win32-dynamic-python27' version
and install a 32bit(!) Python2.7 before. Please report problems.
Linux: Please look for RPM/DEB/TAR.XZ packages in the linux-binary folder.
openSuSE users need to activate the community repository
'devel:languages:python', Arch users should install pyqwt from AUR.
Mageia users can use the Mandriva package. CentOS users can probably
use PyQwt from Fedora EPEL (http://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/6/)
Others: The ccwatcher-1.3.2-src.tar.bz2 package only includes the project
files. Make sure to install Python 2.x (python.org),
PyQt4 (riverbankcomputing.co.uk/software/pyqt) and either
PyQwt (http://sourceforge.net/projects/pyqwt) or
Gnuplot (www.gnuplot.info) (or both) manually. If you can, use
your package manager for that.
Important changes since 1.3.1:
- Thanks to Py2Exe, Windows users do not need to install Python anymore.
- Various improvements in the setup and installation process.
- Some bugs concerning file names and loading were fixed.