Hi,

I am really sorry, I did not realize that anybody is using our workbench

. The pyside-rcc step is not necessary since we updated

the resource files before pushing to github. (I will fix this in the readme file.) So in fact the only remaining problem is that scipy is (still) not available for win64. But scipy is really necessary for the workbench due to its optimization toolbox.

Since all authors of the pyrate toolbox use Linux we just don't have these win64 related problems. Although it would be nice

if there would be a solution for the scipy problem to have pyrate (and its workbench) available under win64.

Notice that the core code of the optical raytracing and the workbench (which lies on top of the core code) are still subject of heavy development.

Therefore the code is still not in a ready-to-use state.

Best wishes

Johannes