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Cura rc2 / rc3 - OSX 10.6.4 - crash on GCode gen

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Hi- I've followed the following path so far on a MacBook Pro running 10.6.4, and

I get same behavior for RC2 and RC3. Any suggestions ? Did miss something on the way ? Do I have to set Platform

Preferences somewhere ?

So far I've got to :

* Install the Python 2.7.3 dmg package so "python -V" returns with the 2.7.3 version number.

* Set the environment VERSIONER_PYTHON_PREFER_32_BIT=yes

* Install the wxPython 2.9.x for Python 2.7 dmg (targets the 2.7 install location)

* Try run Cura and get : need PyOpenGL

* By hand run the PyOpenGL-3.0.2a5 python install (targets the 2.7 install location)

* Set PYTHONPATH to include OpenGL location

* Try run Cura and get : need pyserial

* By hand run the pyserial-2.6 python install (targets the 2.7 install location)

* Set PYTHONPATH to include pyserial location

Printrun seems so far to work - RC2 and RC3 - for startup & function (connect, etc).

Cura starts & I go through initial setup and get Simple Window.

At stl model load I get :

Python[634] *** __NSAutoreleaseNoPool(): Object 0x11d40d4c0 of class NSConcreteMapTable autoreleased with no pool in place - just leaking

Can choose STL file from popup window (no preview) and then STL loads to give 3d view in Cura xyz view.

When I try to Slice to GCode I get :

Traceback (most recent call last):

File "/3Dprinter/osx64-Cura-RC2/Cura/gui/simpleMode.py", line 265, in

OnSlice

spp = sliceProgessPanel.sliceProgessPanel(self, self, self.filename)

File "/3Dprinter/osx64-Cura-RC2/Cura/gui/sliceProgessPanel.py", line 64,

in __init__

p = subprocess.Popen(sliceRun.getSliceCommand(self.filename),

stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=subprocess.STDOUT)

File "/3Dprinter/osx64-Cura-RC2/Cura/util/sliceRun.py", line 116, in

getSliceCommand

pypyExe = getPyPyExe()

File "/3Dprinter/osx64-Cura-RC2/Cura/util/sliceRun.py", line 10, in

getPyPyExe

if platform.system() == "Windows":

AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'system'

Hoping someone might have an idea ...

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Hi,

After searching some on Python discussion turns out I didn't need to

set PYTHONPATH at all.

Just need to specify 32bit.

Confirm that RC2 and RC3 of Cura seem to work fine on MacOs OSX 10.6.4, using

Python 2.7.3, python-2.7.3-macosx10.6.dmg

wxpython2.9, wxPython2.9-osx-2.9.3.1-cocoa-py2.7.dmg

PyOpenGL, PyOpenGL-3.0.2a5 (tar.gz)

pyserial, pyserial-2.6 (tar.gz)

Regards,

JJude

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