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How to make a Pycharm project of cura?

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I've been confused for days.

I'm the "hello world" of Cura.

I want buil cura3.3 project by Pycharm, I don't know the process to build it.

I have read the readme and wiki in github-Ultimaker/Cura , but, it make me confused.

 

please make a demonstration,like: first step, second step, and where did the file in the project come from?

 

If you have a diagram of the project(like my attachment), that would be great

 

thank you very much!

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You need all of Uranium, not just the UM folder. The UM folder should be in the PYTHONPATH when Cura is run.

 

I also have a "bin" folder at the same level as Cura and Uranium that contains CuraEngine.exe, Arcus.pyd, Savitar.pyd, and a bunch of runtime dlls.

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But since OP is having trouble checking out the right repositories, I don't think OP has succeeded in building Arcus and Savitar (or CuraEngine) on Windows yet. (I know I still haven't, after 2.5 years of Cura development on Windows)

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