Please refer to this post for information on how to install the Python extension.
Hi, i'm trying to have wxpython with the python extension, basically I would like to access a gui toolkit for python, but no sucess. I followed the steps on the thread but can't get it to work.
would it work though? or any other that would work?
If so how can it be done?
Excellent work by the way
Since I can't post in the other thread, I'll just say thanks to Mathias here !
This python extension is just an awesome project and will expand MMF2 capabilities way further. I couldn't test it yet but I'll do as soon as possible. From what you did with pylacewing, i'm sure this extension was very cleverly planned and i guess it will be a pleasure to use it.
Thank you very much Mathias !
It has been a while since my last experience with python, but i think there was a gui lib included in the standard distribution tkinter, i belive... looking at the zip i can't find it...was it left behind?
refering again to my first post.
Unfortunately, I decided to leave out the tkinter modules, since MMF2 already provides GUI features. You can still include it with your executable, though
And by the way, you can probably include wxPython in the same directory as your executable (even though I still suggest you use MMF2 for you GUI, since wxPython is a pretty big library unless you cut away unneeded modules).
ok, i'm having problems in adding modules, i zip them with the files in the python26.zip, copy them unzipped into all the folders data/runtime, extensions, mmf root, and application folder, nothing.
I'm trying to get opencv for python to work, see http://code.google.com/p/pyopencv/, this requires numpy, and i get an error saying that numpy isn't installed,
could someone try it and see if it's possible, and if it is write a small idiot proof tutorial on how to do it (yep, i'm the idiot)
thanks for your time
I was just going to suggest making a python forum as i just downloaded the new object but it is already done. This should be great
We need a OpenGL forum also
Eh, didn't Jamie say he'd get you to make a new release without all the dependencies?
Working as fast as I can on Fusion 3
I managed to use opencv by installing it with my Python installation, and then adding the site-packages directory to sys.path in the extension. You should only have to place numpy and the pyopencv folders (from site-packages) in the same directory as your MFA file.Originally Posted by cel