Thnaks. I’ve marked this topic as resolved.
Thanks a lot for your time and your reply. Really helpful and that’s exactly what I want. Your PS is also helpful and I will play with them.
Thanks a lot for your kind reply. Firstly congratulations on the successful SOFA week. It was very pity that I cannot join the activity this year as the half earth distance:( Hopfully there is chance next year and I can do some contribution with my knowledge. Actually I’ve watched the live streaming on the Symposium day and it was…[Read more]
Anyone may help me on this?
Recently, I met problem when extracting reaction force. The sense I modeled is a rigid gripper to grasp a deformable object, say, soft ball. I want to extract the reaction force the ball exert on the gripper during grasping. I understand that for rigid body the mechanical object is generally 1 indice with 3 position and 4 quaternion elements.…[Read more]
@guillaumeparan. Thanks a lot for your kind explanation.
For problem 1, the problem is already solved without SoftRobots and STLIB plugins. However, if I tried to run the examples required SoftRobots/STLIB plugins from the SOFA install dir, the same error occurs (but if I run in the SOFA build dir, it will be fine)
For problem 2, sorry that it…[Read more]
After I build SOFA from scratch together with SoftRobots and STLIB plugins (all master branch on the date of July 2), I met some problem when running the tutorial case located in SoftRobots/docs/tutorials/CableGripper/details
$ runSofa cablegripper.pyscn
The program can run, and the main sofa window can appear. However, there is ERROR information…[Read more]
Thank for very much your reply. I’ve commented in the issue.
Actually there is another problem I met for using the latest version, but it’s not relevant to this topic and I’ll create a new one.
Thanks a lot for your reply. Firstly, I’ve downloaded the binary version and it works greatly. So anyway I’m now able to work on it.
However, I still would like to figure out the reason why I’m not able to compile myself and get it work. As SOFA and SoftRobots are both in active development, and I would like to…[Read more]
I’ve already solved this problem by modify some PYTHONPATH environment. It works very nice.
Now my problem is about the SoftRobots and STLIB plugin. When I run the SoftRobots tutorial (such as CableGripper), there is always errors showing that “TypeError: ‘staticmethod’ object is not callable”.
The detailed log file related to this error is as…[Read more]
I have already installed python2.7/numpy/scipy on my Ubuntu18.04 (gcc7.3) through apt
Actually exactly the same problem also occurs on my MacOS, with python installed through brew.
The log file after running ./runSofa is attached as follows:
[INFO] [runSofa] PluginRepository paths =…[Read more]
Recently I’ve downloaded the master branch of sofa (last commit on June 6) and compiled it. The reason I use the master branch is it seems v18.12 does not support CMake macros such as “sofa_install_pythonscripts” which is required by the master branch of STLIB and SoftRobots plugins.
The cmake options I used is as:
cmake ../…[Read more]
nicklj replied to the topic Problem when running SoftRobots python script (SOFA v18.12 on Ubuntu 16.04) in the forum Using SOFA 12 months ago
nicklj started the topic Problem when running SoftRobots python script (SOFA v18.12 on Ubuntu 16.04) in the forum Using SOFA 12 months ago
Appriciate if anyone can help on the problem. I’ve already successfully compiled SOFA with SoftRobots and STLIB. Now I’m trying to run the tutorial cases. No matter which one I use, there is always similar error and showing the messages as:
[ERROR] [PythonScript] RuntimeError: Unable to create ‘OglSceneFrame’ of type ‘OglSceneFrame’ in…[Read more]