[x3d-public] [x3d] X3D minutes 3 MAY 2019: C/C++/C# andPythonprogress, PointProperties validation for X3Dv4
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Wed May 8 18:08:42 PDT 2019
You may need to modify classpath.py. The python files are under org.
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From: John Carlson
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To: Holger Seelig
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Subject: Re: [x3d-public] [x3d] X3D minutes 3 MAY 2019: C/C++/C# andPythonprogress, PointProperties validation for X3Dv4
It’s on sourceforge under X3D project. www.web3d.org/X3D/style sheets/java/src/python/pyjnius/
On Wed, May 8, 2019 at 5:18 AM Holger Seelig <holger.seelig at googlemail.com> wrote:
I am very interested in a Python library for X3D. Is it already possible
to test x3dpsail, and when how?
On 08.05.2019 06:32, John Carlson wrote:
> I was unable to install x3dpsail in pip repository. The final command
> failed. I used instructions here:
> https://dzone.com/articles/executable-package-pip-install (first hit on
> You are welcome to try.
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> *Subject: *RE: [x3d] X3D minutes 3 MAY 2019: C/C++/C# and
> Pythonprogress,PointProperties validation for X3Dv4
> *From: *Brutzman, Donald (Don) (CIV) <mailto:brutzman at nps.edu>
> >6. *C C++ C# and Python progress*
> Steady progress on Python SAI using Java-based X3DJSAIL by John Carlson
> and Don Brutzman, having a test framework for all examples is helping a
> lot. Working on a Python PIP install next. Korea Chapter has also
> indicated that an independent Python encoding is emerging, comparisons
> expected soon, hopefully based on C implementation since we might then
> use Cython for native implementation in Python language itself. Exciting.
> 1. Re: PIP: I suggest we create a separate folder, perhaps called
> “x3dpsail” to build the installation. Who should we pick to be
> registeree of the package? Can we pick more than one person? I
> would be more proactive about building the package, but unsure would
> should administer the package, and if we should share an email
> address for password recovery on the registration. I haven’t looked
> much into registration yet. These are just ideas floating around in
> my head.
> 2. Need decision/action on file structure of X3D python classes. Do we
> like what we have?
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