[GRASS-dev] grass7 - mac osx- 64bit python

epi massimodisasha at gmail.com
Mon May 20 06:37:01 PDT 2013


is one week now that i'm testing a grass7 build, using wx cocoa (svn version built from source)

i'm really happy to say that almost everything is working fine! 

.. few debug reported here :

- profile tool :
	-- the pen widget doesn't draw a line and no profile is plotted but ...
            if i select the "measure tool" make a measurement and then without quitting the measurement tool (boucle click on the canvas) i open the profile tool .. then the profile is plotted correctly
- add text layer :
        -- doesn't change the font size

- map composer run but doesn't have a toolbar

nothing is printed in the shell during the guy session, should i set some env var to have more verbose

- nviz doesn't render the 3d canvas, but there is no crash :) , the rendering-progress-bar load , this the log in the wx console

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/local/grass-7.0.svn/etc/gui/wxpython/nviz/mapwi
ndow.py", line 366, in OnPaint

  File "/usr/local/grass-7.0.svn/etc/gui/wxpython/nviz/mapwi
ndow.py", line 406, in DoPaint

  File "/usr/local/grass-7.0.svn/etc/gui/wxpython/nviz/mapwi
ndow.py", line 1166, in UpdateMap

  File "/usr/local/lib/wxPython-
packages/wx-2.9.4-osx_cocoa/wx/glcanvas.py", line 124, in

return _glcanvas.GLCanvas_SwapBuffers(*args, **kwargs)
C++ assertion "context" failed at /BUILD/wxPython-
src- in SwapBuffers():
should have current context

if there is something i can do to do more testing i will be happy to work on  it.

with wx 2.9 we have great webkit support
@Anna have already tried to work on webkit in wx ?
i will start to investigate this to see how to add a new tab to include the Ipython notebook
if of interest, at this link there is a simple pyqt app that does something similar : 



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