Python wrapper for the Fast Light Toolkit pyFLTK

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Installation:

pyFLTK

Prior to installation of pyFLTK, you need to install FLTK. Installation of pyFLTK is now done using the distutils extension. Change to the directory where you unpacked pyFLTK. There is a script called setup.py that can be executed in the standard way:

python setup.py build install

This should take care of the installation on Linux platforms. For other platforms try the above. If this does not work you should edit the setup.py script and add an entry describing your local installation. In that case I would love to hear from you.

Installation using MinGW

See here for a brief description of the installation procedure using the MinGW compiler on Windows.

Installation on Mac OS X

This section is brought to you by courtesy of Marc-Antoine Parent:
You might be happy to know I got PyFLTK to run on Mac OS X. There were a few issues:
I hope to be able to add full Mac OS X support for the next release!

pyFLTK2

Prior to installation of pyFLTK2, you need to install FLTK2 in a directory of your choice. Set the environment variable FLTK2_HOME to the directory where you installed FLTK2. Installation of pyFLTK is now done using the distutils extension. Change to the directory where you unpacked pyFLTK and further change to the directory python2. There is a script called setup.py that can be executed in the standard way:

python setup.py -install

This should take care of the installation on Windows and Linux platforms. For other platforms you should edit the setup.py script and add an entry describing your local installation.