Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of WindowsInstallTheHardWay


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Jan 21, 2020 4:46:15 AM (21 months ago)
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    3131Subversion is a software version tracking system that allows you to download and update the GSAS-II software directly from the APS subversion server (https://subversion.xray.aps.anl.gov/pyGSAS/trunk/). You can install a variety of different versions of this software, but the two we recommend for Windows are these:
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    33  * [http://tortoisesvn.net/ TortoiseSVN] incorporates Subversion capabilities into Windows. See the downloads directory and be sure to install the version (64-bit or 32-bit) appropriate for your version of Windows -- this must match the OS or it will not run. Once TortoiseSVN is installed, follow [TortoiseInstall these installation instructions]
     33 * If you are using the Anaconda Python distribution, then subversion is available as a conda package. Use command
     34{{{
     35conda install svn
     36}}}
     37   to install it
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     39 * [http://tortoisesvn.net/ TortoiseSVN] incorporates Subversion capabilities into Windows. See the downloads directory and be sure to install the version (64-bit or 32-bit) appropriate for your version of Windows -- this must match the OS or it will not run. Once TortoiseSVN is installed, follow [TortoiseInstall these installation instructions]. If you do this, be sure to install the optional command line tools, otherwise you will need to manually update GSAS-II with the TortoiseSVN extensions to the file browser (not from the GSAS-II help/update menu command.)
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    3541'''''or (not recommended)'''''
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    37  * mini-svn kit: A 2.5 Mb zip file has been prepared that contains a minimal SVN package, along with a batch file for installing GSAS-II from the APS subversion server. Use these [ZipInstall Installation Instructions] to use this kit. The installer here (bootstrap.py) is quite old and should be updated from this link: https://subversion.xray.aps.anl.gov/trac/pyGSAS/browser/install/bootstrap.py?format=txt
     43 * Installing from distributions:  See these sites for downloading svn as compiled binaries for windows https://sourceforge.net/projects/win32svn/ or https://subversion.apache.org/packages.html#windows. Parent web pages will give instructions for compiling from sources (for the brave).
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    39 '''''or (not recommended)'''''
     45'''''or (really not recommended)'''''
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    4147 * If you are unable to access the subversion server for some reason and must use a conventional download (note that in all the cases so far where people have been seemed to be blocked have turned out to be fixed through addition of a proxy server), you can download a snapshot of the current version of GSAS-II using this URL:
     
    4955=== Compiling Fortran Code ===
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    51 '''''Normally you will not need to compile anything.''''' The GSAS-II distribution contains compiled .pyd (library modules) needed by a number of 32-bit and 64-bit configurations, but these files must match both the Python and Numpy major release number, so when installing your own versions there is a pretty good chance we will not have what you need pre-built. If you are working with an unsupported combination, [CompilingWindows compilation instructions can befound here].
     57'''''Normally you will not need to compile anything.''''' The GSAS-II distribution contains compiled .pyd (library modules) needed by a number of 32-bit and 64-bit configurations, but these files must match both the Python and Numpy major release number, so when installing your own versions there is a pretty good chance we will not have what you need pre-built. If you are working with an unsupported combination, [CompilingWindows compilation instructions can be found here].
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