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I am currently sitting with a problem concering pyOpenGL.
PyOpenGL is the combination of OpenGL and Python. Is there a new version of PyOpenGL to go with wxPython 2.6 other than that of which is going with wxPython 2.4?
Jan 15 '07 #1
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bartonc
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I am currently sitting with a problem concering pyOpenGL.
PyOpenGL is the combination of OpenGL and Python. Is there a new version of PyOpenGL to go with wxPython 2.6 other than that of which is going with wxPython 2.4?
As of Nov 22, 2006, PyOpenGL is in version 3.0.0a5 which sounds like and alpha release. I have to imagine that wxPy 2.6 was tested with the previous stable release.
Jan 15 '07 #2

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As of Nov 22, 2006, PyOpenGL is in version 3.0.0a5 which sounds like and alpha release. I have to imagine that wxPy 2.6 was tested with the previous stable release.
The problem is that wxPy 2.6 doesn't work the same with the previous PyOpenGL version. There must be some diffrences, I suppose something with wxGLCanvas,
but I'm still investigating.
The previous stable version works perfectly with wxPy 2.4 though
Jan 15 '07 #3

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GOOD NEWS!!!!

The problem is solved! I didn't install an essential module within PyOpenGL.
Thank you a lot form helping me bartonc, I appreciate your help. :)
Jan 16 '07 #4

bartonc
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GOOD NEWS!!!!

The problem is solved! I didn't install an essential module within PyOpenGL.
Thank you a lot form helping me bartonc, I appreciate your help. :)
Great! Glad I can be of some help even though I'm just an xp user. This is your fedora install, right?
Jan 16 '07 #5

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Great! Glad I can be of some help even though I'm just an xp user. This is your fedora install, right?
Yes, you're right! You're pretty smart
I like XP too, I just work more on fedora.
You'd be glad to hear that I think my app is close to perfection, meaning the errors are less, lets hope it stays that way ;)
Jan 16 '07 #6

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