MyPaint install errors
pneukom at gmail.com
Tue Nov 29 06:38:59 PST 2011
When I installed py27-numpy manually, MyPaint installed OK.
I'm happy to help but not sure how. Contact me directly and let me know.
After install, I note that while MyPaint starts up OK, it doesn't work.
ie. It won't paint anything. I've been using it in a Linux VM and the
Macports version doesn't behave properly.
Other X-11 based programs like Inkscape work properly.
Thanks for your help.
On 28.11.2011 21:36 , Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Nov 28, 2011, at 19:08, bunk3m wrote:
>> I've been trying to install MyPaint. I've done selfupdate etc. a few times.
>> A few days ago when I tried Macports tried to install v0.9.1. I gave up
>> because it failed and I saw that there is a bug/update on the tracker
>> that indicated Macports was supposed to install v1.0. I did a clean and
>> waited until today.
>> Today I tried again. Now it recognizes and tries to install v1.0.0. But
>> it still fails during the build.
>> Now it says it wants py2.6 numpy. But I also think that it should be
>> installing py2.7 numpy if you have Python 2.7 installed.
> Ports generally do not change their behavior based on what other ports you might already have installed. We usually want ports to deliver a consistent experience to all users, regardless what other software they may already have installed.
>> I have 2.7
>> installed. There is another diff listed on the tracker that says it
>> should be building for python2.7.
>> So how do I force this to use my already installed Python 2.7 instead of
> If I knew how to get the port to install with python27 I would do so:
> Any assistance would be appreciated.
>> And, how do I get MyPaint 1.0.0 to install all the dependencies (ie. numpy)?
> At the moment, strangely, you need to install py27-numpy, in addition to the py26-numpy. I've now fixed MyPaint to do this, so just wait 30 minutes, then "sudo port selfupdate" and "sudo port clean MyPaint" and try installing it again.
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