[Python-apps-team] Bug#499580: Bug#499580: Bug#499580: mayavi2: please pack a new release (filed instead of crashes in explore())
debian at onerussian.com
Wed Oct 1 05:02:48 UTC 2008
Thanks for the update. Indeed NEW is not too fast -- I myself
waiting on my new package to pass through ;)
I hope that there would be no major licensing issues... May be it is
worth to pursue unstable right away? who needs prev version could get it
from lenny ;)
few brief issues I ran into
* trying to run examples (from /usr/share/doc/mayavi2/examples/mayavi)
** $> python offscreen.py
Failed to initialize TTM buffer manager. Falling back to classic.
ERROR: In /build/buildd/vtk-5.0.4/IO/vtkPNGWriter.cxx, line 220
vtkPNGWriter (0x67d0db0): Unable to open file offscreen.png
ERROR: In /build/buildd/vtk-5.0.4/IO/vtkImageWriter.cxx, line 506
vtkPNGWriter (0x67d0db0): Ran out of disk space; deleting file(s) already written
$> dpkg -S offscreen.png
dpkg: *offscreen.png* not found.
** was 'explore' function removed from interactive shell within mayavi2?
** Also I am observing major rendering bug (or some feature? :-)), which
I am not sure I experienced with sid version that badly... screenshot of
running contour.py http://www.onerussian.com/tmp/mayavi2-zorder.png
Similar incorrect renders happen in other scripts (numeric_source.py).
I guess I would need to test on some other box to check if that is not a card
Sorry for just a sketchy look...
On Tue, 30 Sep 2008, Varun Hiremath wrote:
> Hi Yaroslav,
> On Sun, 28 Sep, 2008 at 02:52:06AM -0400, Yaroslav Halchenko wrote:
> > I really think they are really worth at least experimental part of
> > Debian! so don't be shy ;-)
> There are some minor license issues, once I fix those I will upload
> them to experimental. But, looking at the NEW queue page, I think it
> will take a long time for the packages to get through.
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