[Gmsh] OCC compilation (missing makefiles etc)

gus.wolfgramm at xtra.co.nz gus.wolfgramm at xtra.co.nz
Thu Jul 12 14:38:09 CEST 2007

Hi Pete,

Thank you very much for your offer of help, and also for your initial suggestion. I've downloaded SALOME 3.2.6 which I've 'untarred' and managed to get the CAS-6.2.tar.gz  even though there was an error thrown and the process was not completed. Anyway I've done the same to the CAS package and am about to try and build it despite a similar error occurring. However the contents of CAS-6.2 look very promising. Will let you know how things go.

Thanks again!


---- Peter Dolbey <peter at dolbey.freeserve.co.uk> wrote: 
> The CAS-6.2.tar.gz in the SALOME 3.2.6 distribution is about 40MB. Do you
> want this of can you get the 530MB download yourself.
> Pete
> -----Original Message-----
> From: gmsh-bounces at geuz.org [mailto:gmsh-bounces at geuz.org] On Behalf Of
> gus.wolfgramm at xtra.co.nz
> Sent: 11 July 2007 08:15
> To: gmsh at geuz.org
> Subject: [Gmsh] OCC compilation (missing makefiles etc)
> Hello
> I'm unable to build OCC6.2 from sources using MinGW(5.0.2)/MSys(1.0.10) as
> the Linux installation doesn't contain a configure script in the ros
> directory nor admin/make subdirectory (and any others which I may not be
> aware of). I am using Windows XP Home and selected a complete install using
> "java -verbose -jar setup.jar" as install.csh didn't work for some reason.
> Therefore, would it be possible for someone to send me a list of the files I
> need to build from sources so I can check this against my current
> installation. Equally as good would be any ideas as to why my install is
> incomplete and any possible remedial action.  I have posted a similar
> request on the OCC forums and have sought help from their technical
> department which I am still waiting on. 
> Cheers for any help out there!
> Gus
> p.s for anyone who may even go to the lengths of packaging these files as
> attachments for me (wishful thinking I know :)), please note that I have
> about 80MB of storage left with my ISP (surely enough)with ~ 15 MB
> limit/attachment allowed. Thanks again. 
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