Star war replied to the topic Just build successfully in Debug and run runsofa with some plugins not found. in the forum Building SOFA 11 months, 2 weeks ago
I have solved the problem of the Debug mode in Terminal. But in Xcode’s case, I am still struggling to solve it.
Star war replied to the topic Just build successfully in Debug and run runsofa with some plugins not found. in the forum Building SOFA 11 months, 3 weeks ago
Thank you for your answer. It is reasonable that these errors originate from the debug suffix(“_d”). I agree with you. Yes, I am eager to see the solution to that problem ASAP.
With best regards,
Star war started the topic Just build successfully in Debug and run runsofa with some plugins not found. in the forum Building SOFA 11 months, 3 weeks ago
I build successfully in the Debug mode by
make -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug .. && make -j12, but there some plugins not found when I try to run
./runsofa_d. I don’t know whether it is because of my fault in the “build” step. But in Release mode, Sofa can run normally without any error on plugins not found.
Star war replied to the topic SOFA build on MacOS && Fail to build libSofaGuiQt.dylib in the forum Building SOFA 11 months, 3 weeks ago
Previously, I didn’t obey “We recommend to install Qt in your user directory with the unified installer.” and installed qt by
brew install qt. But now I install the unified installer of QT and select the three components Macos, Charts, and WebEngine of QT with the latest version. I make a new directory build2 and run
Star war started the topic SOFA build on MacOS && Fail to build libSofaGuiQt.dylib in the forum Building SOFA 11 months, 3 weeks ago
I try to build the source’s code of the latest stable sofa from the command:
git clone -b v19.12 https://github.com/sofa-framework/sofa.git
then I go to the sofa’s directory and
mkdir build && cd build
cmake .. && make
I fail when linking “../../lib/libSofaGuiQt.dylib” and I think it fails to generate the lib of libSofaGuiQt.dylib. I…[Read more]
Why there are so many grammar mistakes in the source codes of Sofa’s official released software? I am trying to fix them one after another.
`/Applications/runSofa.app/Contents/MacOS/include/SofaFramework/sofa/helper/logging/FileInfo.h:57:17: error: function
definition does not declare parameters
const char *filename…[Read more]
Hi, @Hugo @MFit
I tried this plugin in Macos. And I get some errors when run “make” command.
here is the output:
(base) Enxing build git:(master) ✗ : cmake -DCMAKE_PREFIX_PATH=/Applications/runSofa.app/Contents/MacOS/lib/cmake/ ..[Read more]
-- The C compiler identification is AppleClang 188.8.131.5230032
-- The CXX compiler identification is A…
I have built the SkeletonPlugin successfully with Win10 and VS2017, and put them into the plugin file. I also add the plugin name and version in
plugin_list.conf.default. But it failed to load this plugin in the runsofa frame. Did I miss some crucial steps?
Star war replied to the topic Using beams when modeling the vessels as a mechanical structure in the forum Using SOFA 1 year ago
Hi Hugo and MFit,
Thank you for your reply.
I have read the reference. It helps a lot.
I do have the similar problem with MFit, which is building a vascular tree with beamFEM. And I am really interested in the info you mentioned about extracting centerlines and creating mechanical model. Could you gather more about it? Thank you.