[AG-TECH] CVS assistance - I'd LIKE to be able to check out the new stuff

Todd Zimmerman toddz at sfu.ca
Thu Apr 8 10:41:50 CDT 2004

I agree,

We're interested in extending some of of the service integration code; 
however, we're not sure whether the CVS code is the latest code or not...

Unfortunately I missed the last townhall - so I'm not sure if it was 
brought up or not, but it would be nice to have current instructions on 
running the CVS code if at all possible.

I've made it slightly farther than you, Randy - I installed the optik 
module ( download at 
http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=38019, unzip and 
run the setup.py file like: 'python setup.py install')

I also installed the fpconst 
(http://www.analytics.washington.edu/downloads/fpconst/) the same way.

Now I can get to a point where the VenueClient will start; however, 
--personalNode doesn't seem to work (?) - I seem to have to start the 
agNodeService and agServiceManager's separately.

I can _almost_ connect to a venue.... I can see who is connected etc, 
but it seems to error out and no streams start etc.

Collaboration & Visualization Technician
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Todd Zimmerman - toddz at sfu.ca

Randy Groves wrote:

> OK - I'm having a problem with the CVS (this is on RH9).
> I've installed the binaries for wxPython, vic and rat from the 2.1.2 
> release.
> I've grabbed the latest, and following the README-developer notes (which 
> are in need of revision), I made the 'cfg' directory, and ran:
> python AccessGrid/tools/CvsSetup.py --agdir AccessGrid --dst cfg
> (note the change - in the doc it's in 'bin')
> This was done as root.
> Then I logged in as my ag user and tried to run the VenueClient:
> /usr/bin/VenueClient.py --personalNode
> I get the following error:
> Traceback (most recent call last):
>   File "./VenueClient.py", line 38, in ?
>     from AccessGrid.Toolkit import WXGUIApplication
>   File "/usr/local/src/ag/ag-cvs/AccessGrid/AccessGrid/Toolkit.py", line 
> 18, in
> ?
>     from optparse import OptionParser, Option
> ImportError: No module named optparse
> I've done some poking around, and so far, I don't see any mention of 
> this module.  Is there a step that I'm missing?  Should I be loading a 
> different wxPython from CVS?
> I know you folks are busy, but I'd like to be able to check this out and 
> give what assistance I can.
> Thanks!!
> -randy

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