Changes between Version 8 and Version 9 of InstallWindows


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Apr 18, 2012 2:17:37 PM (10 years ago)
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    1010 * [http://www.enthought.com/products/epd.php Enthought Python Distribution (EPD)] is a commercially licensed Python package that features differing levels of support. Academic users may request a free license at http://www.enthought.com/products/edudownload.php. To install, download the .msi file and click on it to invoke the windows installer. Note that this package can be installed without administrator privileges -- I think -- if you install it for only your own use. You may have to choose an install location that you own (a subdirectory of My Documents, for example.)
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    12  * [http://www.enthought.com/products/epd_free.php Free Enthought Python Distribution (EPDFree)] is a light-weight and non-supported version of the EPD package, above. It contains all the packages needed for GSAS-II excluding [http://pypi.python.org/pypi/PyOpenGL PyOpenGL]. To install, download the .msi file from URL http://www.enthought.com/products/epd_free.php and click on it to invoke the windows installer. (See note with regard to administrator privileges.) After installing EPDFree, you can install PyOpenGL from [http://pypi.python.org/packages/any/P/PyOpenGL/PyOpenGL-3.0.1.win32.exe#md5=513cc194af65af4c5a640cf9a1bd8462 here]. Run the !PyOpenGL3.0.1.win32.exe file. If you have more than one version of Python on your computer, make sure it installs OpenGL into the EPDFree version.
     12 * [http://www.enthought.com/products/epd_free.php Free Enthought Python Distribution (EPDFree)] is a light-weight and non-supported version of the EPD package, above. It contains all the packages needed for GSAS-II excluding [http://pypi.python.org/pypi/PyOpenGL PyOpenGL]. To install, download the .msi file from URL http://www.enthought.com/products/epd_free.php and click on it to invoke the windows installer. (See note with regard to administrator privileges.) After installing EPDFree, you can invoke GSAS-II and it will install PyOpenGL from the file PyOpenGL-3.0.2a5.zip that is included with GSAS-II. Alternatively, you can obtain PyOpenGL from [http://pypi.python.org/packages/any/P/PyOpenGL/PyOpenGL-3.0.1.win32.exe#md5=513cc194af65af4c5a640cf9a1bd8462 here]. Run the !PyOpenGL3.0.1.win32.exe file. If you have more than one version of Python on your computer, make sure it installs OpenGL into the EPDFree version.
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    1414 * [http://www.pythonxy.com/ Python(x,y)] is a free Windows (and Linux) Python distribution. It focuses on supporting the Qt GUI package, while GSAS-II requires Wx, but this distribution does offer Wx and all the other packages that GSAS-II requires, as far as we are aware. Note that when you install, you will either need to select to install all packages or else perform a customized installation to ensure that the [PythonPackages Python packages required by GSAS-II] are installed. To install, download the .exe file, run it and read the instructions.
     
    3333 (2) use the volume name (when not C:) and the {{{cd}}} command to set your working directory to {{{...\GSASII\fsource}}} and
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    35  (3) simply typing "{{{scons}}}" in the window.
     35 (3) simply typing "{{{scons}}}" in the window. There will be a very large volume of output on the console; it should say "scons: done building targets." at the very end if successful.
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    3737If you need to change any options, type "{{{scons help}}}" to see a list of the possible command-line arguments and the values for the options. For testing, help can be used with command-line options to see how they will change the variables.