2 June 2016 at 7 h 57 min #6951bushraParticipant
Dear SOFA Community,
I am trying to include SOFA_PYTHON plugin in SOFA. I have followed proper instruction for addition of python Plugin. First I have installed Python 2.7 and then I re run cmake to include python plugin. Apparently, it looks fine. I compiled SOFA after including SOFA_PYTHON. It is compiled successfully. But when I try to add plugin using plugin manager in modeler, my modeler exits without showing any kind of error/warning. I tried to add plugin through runsofa too but the issue is still there. I am using Windows 7, and SOFA Ver 15.12.
Its been more than 12 hours since I am trying to figure out the problem 🙁 Please help me out to resolve this issue.
With Best Regards,
Bushra Sadia6 June 2016 at 13 h 26 min #7014
I think the compilation worked fine, but the problem must be due to the Modeler. As mentioned in many thread, the Modeler is an old application and it includes several bugs. I would therefore advise to build your XML scene and test it with runSofa.
Let us know if your scene is working in runSofa.
About the Modeler, we are currently putting a lot of effort in improving SOFA itself. In the future, we will take time to improve the Modeler. I will look at this issue of loading a plugin in the Modeler.
If, you need any further help in building your scene, do not hesitate to ask, we are here to help.
Hugo6 June 2016 at 14 h 20 min #7021
Sorry I did not read properly: I did not see that you already tested your scene with runSofa.
Could you copy paste the output of the crash / failure when you load the plugin in runSofa ?
This will help us in assisting you!6 June 2016 at 15 h 44 min #7054bushraParticipant
Unfortunately I could not be able to see any output 🙁 Whenever I try to load plugin, runsofa just exits it does not show any kind of output or error message 🙁 And I am wondering why is it behaving like this. Normally, when i load some plugin, and its not working, i can see some error message in command prompt but in this case, i am not be able to see any kind of error message 🙁
Bushra Sadia6 June 2016 at 17 h 18 min #7064GuillaumeKeymaster
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I presume you are using a Release version of Sofa.
To investigate a bit further, could you try to load SofaPython plugin with a Sofa compiled in Debug mode (runSofa_d.exe) and started through a debugger?
Doing this, you will be able to see what’s wrong and where.
Guillaume.20 December 2016 at 0 h 31 min #8222
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