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Re: VTK anyone?

On 7/11/06, Charles V Wright <cvwright jhu edu> wrote:
Orion Poplawski wrote:
> Gianluca Sforna wrote:
>> On 7/10/06, Patrice Dumas <pertusus free fr> wrote:
>>> Maybe you could have a look at paraview, allready included in fedora
>>> extras
>>> (and maintained by Orion) since it has an included version of vtk (last
>>> time it seemed to be a more recent version than the current vtk,
>>> that's why
>>> I didn't block paraview although it included vtk as a private library).
>> Yap, I found that while looking for references to vtk in bugzilla.
>> The version I am working on is 5.0.0, I don't know if it's the same as
>> paraview use, but there will be something to learn for sure...
> I've been slowly working on a version.  Latest spec and srpm are at
> http://www.cora.nwra.com/~orion/fedora/.  I believe the problem I'm
> having currently is getting some of the examples to compile.
> I'd be happy to let someone else maintain it though :-).

Fabrice Bellet has a pretty nice spec file for VTK 5.  If you guys
haven't seen it yet, it might be a good place to start from.

The SRPM is

It builds pretty happily in mock, has several subpackages for python,
etc, and in general seems to work pretty well for me on FC5.

I'd love to see VTK in extras, so if there's anything I can do to help,
please let me know.

Ok. Since I still need a package ACCEPTED for gaining Extras CVS
access, I will try to do my best at this (of course, I still assume
no-one else wants to do that instead...)
I am going to have a look at all the spec files mentioned in this
thread, then assemble something for you to have a look.
Real users of the package will be real useful for testing the results,
so if you are not subscribed to the pkg-review list I can write here
again as soon as I have something workable.

Thanks a lot for all the pointers.

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