Is Python3.9 planned for FreeCAD0.20

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James Hart
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Re: Is Python3.9 planned for FreeCAD0.20

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looo wrote: Tue May 18, 2021 7:32 am
we use this command to create the env:
https://github.com/FreeCAD/FreeCAD-Bund ... .bat#L6L17

So the bundle contain some additional libraries.


It would be nice to create a conda-recipe for blender too. This way it would be much easier to have compatible versions available.

In addition you can also run the script to create the bundle locally. Simple remove the python pinning or set it to 3.9... Offering another bundle for python3.9 is not what I want to do. We already have too many different bundles...



Is there a conda env script that will work for amd64 (apple silicon)? I see this one is for windows but the macos alternative is for x86_64. I'm just another person trying to use freeCAD with Blender and having a really hard time getting it set up.
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Re: Is Python3.9 planned for FreeCAD0.20

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James Hart wrote: Sat Aug 14, 2021 6:19 pm
looo wrote: Tue May 18, 2021 7:32 am
we use this command to create the env:
https://github.com/FreeCAD/FreeCAD-Bund ... .bat#L6L17

So the bundle contain some additional libraries.


It would be nice to create a conda-recipe for blender too. This way it would be much easier to have compatible versions available.

In addition you can also run the script to create the bundle locally. Simple remove the python pinning or set it to 3.9... Offering another bundle for python3.9 is not what I want to do. We already have too many different bundles...



Is there a conda env script that will work for amd64 (apple silicon)? I see this one is for windows but the macos alternative is for x86_64. I'm just another person trying to use freeCAD with Blender and having a really hard time getting it set up.
Are you sure you mean amd64? If you meant the new amr chips from apple: you can use freecad via conda but need to set this env-variable:
https://github.com/FreeCAD/FreeCAD-Bund ... reeCAD#L16
export QT_MAC_WANTS_LAYER=1

Not sure if there is a build of freecad which runs on the new M1 chips directly. But there is some ongoing effort to sort this out.
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