have setuptools installed. Then, you should run:
It's important to include "[nonets]" so that you will get scipy and
numpy as well.
I have already scipy 0.6.0 and numpy 1.0.4 installed, so
I assume I can ignore [nosets]
I will try to do tell setuptools to download all the stuff
instead of installing it at once, so I can install it on other pc's
even without internet connection.
(I have to look, I always forget the easy_install parameters)
Here are some links for getting started with MayaVI:
Thanks. I know scipy.org already, its grea :-)
From your posts it sounds like you really want to use something like
Yes, exact for the first step.
Then I will look if I can integrate a "3D Plot window"
in a wxPython application.
I want to write an application to analyse log files from nc machines,
and display the trajectories of the machine.
On a side note, we are almost done putting together an updated one-
click installer of python + packages for scientific computing. This
will be based on Python 2.5, will include most of what was included in
the 2.4.3-based installer, and will be available for multiple
Looks nice, its also nice that its possible to
use parts of the enthon suite without using the full enthon installer.
While it may be nice for some peoples, I personally prefer
to install the standard python from python.org and add packages
(I tried the 2.4.3 enthon installer some time ago, but since
I had already a python 2.4.3 installation with moinmoin and trac for
I didn't like this too much, ... don't remember exactly what I
didn't like exactly, by I deinstalled the whole enthon stuff rather
Again: the enthon installer is nice if somebody uses only this
Its a great work, congratulations !!)