Author Topic: Compiling the GUI  (Read 3097 times)

jturner

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Compiling the GUI
« on: November 17, 2008, 01:13:30 PM »
I was wondering, how is the compiled version of the qube GUI created from the python source files? I've made some changes to the python scripts and I'd like to now compile them into a single executable for distribution within my company, and I was wondering if there was a tool that the folks at pipelinefx have used to do their own compilation? I'm working on redhat.

Scot Brew

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Re: Compiling the GUI
« Reply #1 on: November 21, 2008, 09:34:18 PM »
Yes, you can compile the QubeGUI just like we do using setup.py included with the QubeGUI source scripts.  Below are the components needed to run the QubeGUI interactively and also compile it into an executable.

Requirements to run QubeGUI interactively:
  • python installed (using the default python if on Linux or OSX)
  • wxPython installed
  • numpy installed (optional for the graphing)

Components required to compile (per platform):

Steps to compile:
  • cd to the gui scripts directory (.../pfx/qube/api/python/qb/gui)
  • python setup.py

See the previous post for compiling the QubeGUI for XP and OSX.
  http://support.pipelinefx.com/smf/index.php?topic=219.0