[MMTK] MMTK in windows -help

John Michelsen jmichelz@mail.com
Wed, 26 Feb 2003 19:02:30 -0500


Konstantinos,

Unfortunately I am a bit busy at the moment, and don't know if I will be able to get back into MMTK in time to help you.  I don't know if python was using distutils (the setup.py convention) back when I was building MMTK with VC++.  Anyways it was a while ago and I would have to dig around for it.  What I remember doing was just adding library and include directories with the VC++ gui.  

Have you tried posting to the mmtk list yet with your questions?
http://starship.python.net/mailman/listinfo/mmtk
I've cc'd the list so perhaps someone there would be more helpful.

John

PS.  I've toyed around with the idea of setting up a business
giving commercial support to open source python packages like mmtk and pymol.  As a trial balloon, would anyone here be interested in something like that?  If it went well, it might evolve into more of an Openchem like package like I was working on a few years ago. http://www.openchem.org/oc.html  
Now that I'm more of a software engineer than a chemist it might work out better than that did.


----- Original Message -----
From: konstantinos makrodimitris <km4aa@virginia.edu>
Date: Tue, 25 Feb 2003 16:47:12 -0800
To: John Michelsen <jmichelz@mail.com>
Subject: thank you for your message

> Hi John,
> thank you for your message.
> I have MS VC++ compiler available(the problem remains)
> but could you please help me in the recipes(files to which
> directories----netcdf.h,netcdf.lib)
> modification of paths in 'setup.py' that I must do for Scientific Python
> firstly
> and MMTK. Do you have your old 'setup.py' available eg or even more the
> installed
> Scientific dir?
> 
> My Best,
> Konstantinos
> 
> >From: "John Michelsen" <jmichelz@mail.com>
> >To: <km4aa@virginia.edu>
> >Sent: Tuesday, February 25, 2003 11:51 AM
> >Subject: Re: MMTK in windows -help
> > Hi Konstantinos,
> >
> > I seem to remember it was easier to get MMTK to build when using the MS
> VC++ compiler.  Is that available to you?  I was just experimenting with
> building it with mingw briefly
> > (since I don't have VC++ at work anymore), and didn't end up with a
> working system.
> >
> > John
> 
> 


----- Original Message -----
From: konstantinos makrodimitris 
Date: Mon, 24 Feb 2003 15:40:19 -0800
To: jmichelz@mail.com
Subject: MMTK in windows -help


Hi John,

I am Dr Konstantinos Makrodimitris.
I was trying to install MMTK in WINDOWS 2000
but I can't install ScientificPython 2.0 .
I noticed your answer in MMTK archives mail list
<<...download http://puma.dkrz.de/puma/download/netcdf/netcdf-3.4.zip
extract netcdf.h to C:\Python22\Lib\site-packages\MMTK-2.2\Include\MMTK
run C:\Python22\Lib\site-packages\MMTK-2.2>setup.py build --compiler=mingw32
run C:\Python22\Lib\site-packages\MMTK-2.2>setup.py install>>
FROM John Michelsen
and I'd like to request for your help.

I downloaded as a tar file: ScientificPython-2.4.1.tar.gz .
and put it 'C:\Python22\Lib\site-packages\Scientific241'.
Do I have
 to create the Include(put inside netcdf.h),  Lib(put inside netcdf.lib), Scientific directories and
to change of course the settings of setup.py from "for netcdf_prefix in
['/usr/local', '/usr']
to
 for netcdf_prefix in
['C:\Python22\Lib\site-packages\Scientific241\Scientific']
and run the setup.py in C:\Python22\Lib\site-packages\Scientific241(in the
same directory I must put Scientific_netcdf.c)?
When I am trying eg the "setup.py build" in command prompt(MSDOS)
 I take:"  running build_py
  error: package directory 'Functions' does not exist' Also the sam for
Geometry, Statistics etc

Could you please give me your guide where to put files in which directories
in order to install ScientificPython 2.0 and
also if it is possible the way that I have to act for MMTK installation.

My Best,
Konstantinos


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