Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of WinAnacondaInstall


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May 26, 2015 5:39:21 PM (7 years ago)
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    1515 3. Download file ​https://subversion.xray.aps.anl.gov/pyGSAS/install/GSASIIproxy.zip. Click on this file in Windows Explorer ([attachment:DownloadedFile.png see screen image]), you should see a single folder named GSASII ([attachment:ZipContents.png see screen image]). Drag this file anywhere you want to install GSAS-II (your desktop, your Documents folder, the D: drive,...)
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    17  4. Execute the `bootstrap.py` file. This can be done a few different ways. The easiest is to click on the `bootstrap.bat` file (N.B. by default, no extension is shown for this). (If you did not add Python to your path in step 1 above, you will need to edit `bootstrap.bat` to include the full path to `python.exe`.) Alternately, you can also use a command something like:
     17 4. You then need to execute the `bootstrap.py` file. This can be done a few different ways. The easiest is to click on the `bootstrap.bat` file (N.B. by default, no extension is shown for this). (If you did not add Python to your path in step 1 above, you will need to edit `bootstrap.bat` to include the full path to `python.exe`.) Alternately, you can also use a command something like:
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    1919    `python \Users\<me>\Desktop\GSASII\bootstrap.py`
     
    2121 in a "All Programs"/Anaconda/"Anaconda Command Prompt" window.
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    23  This script will check to see that the Python packages needed to run GSAS-II are installed and that the subversion program needed to install and update from the internet (included in the .zip file) is present. It then asks for a proxy address ([attachment:BootstrapStart.png see screen image]).
     23 This script will check to see that the Python packages needed to run GSAS-II are installed and that the subversion program needed to install and update from the Internet (included in the .zip file) is present. It then asks for a proxy address ([attachment:BootstrapStart.png see screen image]).
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    2525 **Proxy address**: For most people, pressing return to use the default (no proxy) works fine, but for some sites a proxy address such as `proxyout.securesite.gov:7070` is needed. If you are not able to get the GSAS-II download to work, you probably need a proxy. Check with your network/computer administrators; anyone competent should know if a proxy is in use. Supply the address (`proxyout.securesite.gov`) on the first line and the port number (`7070`) on the second.
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     27Note that many seemingly nasty warning messages appear when PyOpenGl is installed. This is not a problem, provided the installation and script complete normally.
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    2729After the script completes, a file named `RunGSASII.bat` is created with the locations of GSAS-II and Python hardcoded. You should have a shortcut to start GSAS-II on your desktop linked to that .bat file ([attachment:G2icon.png see screen image]). GSAS-II project files (with extension .gpx) will appear with the same icon and clicking on them will open them in GSAS-II.
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     31Note also that the bootstrap.py (or bootstrap.bat) file can be rerun without problems. If there are any updates to GSAS-II they will be downloaded, but only any new files will be downloaded and the script should complete very quickly.