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Re: octaviz, vtk

From: Jonathan Stickel
Subject: Re: octaviz, vtk
Date: Tue, 21 Sep 2004 09:21:34 -0700
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Y U Sasidhar wrote:
I came across octaviz a few days ago on this mailing list;
I got tgz files of both octaviz and vtk. I am using RedHat 8.0. I am not able to use cmake or ccmake ! Where do I get these utilities ?

Here is cmake:

You can get rpms of cmake and VTK:

You will indeed need cmake and vtk installed to compile octaviz. Be warned: the current octaviz release requires at least 1GB of memory to compile and takes a really long time. I've just started to help the original author (Dragan Tubic) with octaviz, and I understand that there will be a new release relatively soon.

For those interested in octaviz, I suggest you first get vtk installed and running on your computer. Try out some of the python examples since octaviz uses very similar syntax for octave scripting. If you can't get octaviz-0.2 to compile and can't wait for the next release, email me offlist and I can send you an interim release.


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