[SciPy-User] Arbitrary max-intensity projection

David Baddeley david_baddeley@yahoo.com...
Mon Sep 12 14:58:50 CDT 2011


Debian based flavours of linux will typically have packages for vtk, vtk-dev, and python-vtk (names might vary). After installing these, getting mayavi working is pretty simple (i used easy_install).

cheers,
David

On Tue, 13 Sep 2011 05:22 NZST Chris Weisiger wrote:

>On Sun, Sep 11, 2011 at 9:29 AM, Samuel John <scipy@samueljohn.de> wrote:
>> Hi Chris,
>>
>> on which platform are you trying to build VTK with python support?
>
>While my users are primarily on OSX, I do also need to be able to
>provide Windows and Linux builds. It's a tricky business...
>
>I downloaded the Enthought distribution and was able to run my program
>with it, so at the very least there exists a solution. :)
>
>>
>> For the Mac, I contributed a homebrew formula for vtk (with python and qt support).
>> I use this build in order to get the wonderful mayavi2.
>>
>>> brew options vtk # for alternatives, e.g. external qt.
>>> brew install vtk --python --qt # wait some minutes :-)
>
>I have to say I haven't encountered the "brew" program before, and
>naturally the Internet would rather tell me about beer than
>programming. :) Are you running this in your VTK build directory?
>
>>
>> bests,
>>  Samuel
>
>-Chris
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