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It seems like the preferences window is not fully working yet, now that I
test it. It's hard to tell these things, because python doesn't throw the
error until you attempt to execute every code path.
If it is ported to gtk2, then I would suggest not distributing
gtk/pygtk/gobject with ceres because it will allow the user to easily use
the system installed versions+update/fix bugs in libraries. It's the same
reason you might use shared libraries vs static libraries.
On Thu, May 5, 2011 at 3:40 AM, Kjetil S. Matheussen <
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It seems like the preferences window is not fully working yet, now that I t=
est it.=A0 It's hard to tell these things, because python doesn't t=
hrow the error until you attempt to execute every code path.If it i=
s ported to gtk2, then I would suggest not distributing gtk/pygtk/gobject w=
ith ceres because it will allow the user to easily use the system installed=
versions+update/fix bugs in libraries.=A0 It's the same reason you mig=
ht use shared libraries vs static libraries.
On Thu, May 5, 2011 at 3:40 AM, Kjetil S. Ma=
theussen <email@example.com> wrote:
All those packages are included to make it simple to compile
on many platforms, not just debian.
But from your email, it seems like you have ported ceres to gtk2?
Is that really correct? That's a quite big job involving digging
through some horribly written python code.
Are you sure the preferences window works now?
I'm sorry I don't have time to look at your code right now.
On Wed, 4 May 2011, Jeremy Salwen wrote:
Thanks a lot!
I had to make a few changes to get it to work on my system. Most
significantly, it uses gnome/glade/pygtk 1.2, which doesn't work well w=
recent Debian install (Gtk 2 has been released for nearly 10 years).
Also, it includes libraries which are already available on most linux
systems through a package manager. =A0Thus I've made a few changes: =A0=
the libraries except for sndlib (and made it use the system copies of the
libraries in their place), and updated the pygtk and glade code to gtk2.
If you're interested in incorporating any of these changes into Ceres, =
can see the changes in a git repository here:
or download the changed package at
On Mon, May 2, 2011 at 8:52 AM, Kjetil S. Matheussen <
I just recently discovered ceres3:
have you heard of it?
Ceres is larger and more updated than Ceres3.
(Ceres3 has a few more options for some
of the transforms, but lacks lots of other stuff.)
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