looo wrote: ↑Tue May 18, 2021 7:32 am
rendetto wrote: ↑Mon May 17, 2021 8:23 pm
Will Conda installer create the full bundle as the one from the download section?
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...
I'm in a similar boat rendetto is.
I'm trying to get FCimport to work on Blender, but it requires that both programs run the same python version. I'm running a Windows machine.
Blender is currently running Python 3.9
Is there a way to build FreeCAD with Python 3.9? I've tried running the .bat, but I lack the knowledge to get FreeCAD running (missing core elements like PySide and all the workbenches, etc.). I'm not familiar with terminology around FreeCAD builds.
On a side note, I might be completely incorrect here, but isn't it a bit silly to not upgrade FreeCAD to py3.9 just because Win7 won't run it? Win7 is a deprecated OS that isn't even supported by Microsoft themselves.