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i dont understand your question entirely. but if you want to view the dataset in a wireframe mode, just press 'w' in the visualisation window
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hi
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i have many problems in the installation of VTK with visual studio 2005
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i can not execute the example of vtk
  
== volume average with paraview ==
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Hi there
  
hello everybody
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First you need to know whether VS 2005 is installed correctly or not.
  
I'd like to konw if it's possible to calculate a volume average in paraview.
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So, develop a simple command line code with VS 2005.
I had all the data point value defined in the volume.
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thanks
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Good luck
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Foruzan
  
== QVTK cmakelist ==
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== PV 3.10 built from git trunk: gcc and glibcxx 3.4.14 referenced from separate directories ==
  
I tried to use the QVTK package given with vtk 5.0 but i seem to be lost.
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In attempting to build ParaView 3.10.0 from git trunk I ran into the problem of finding glibcxx 3.4.14. Apparently, when setting CMAKE options, CMAKE_CXX_COMPILER and CMAKE_C_COMPILER were both pointing to /usr/local/bin... while the required standard libraries were located in /usr/lib64/bin...
i m asking for help.
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when i cmake the package it gives me an error on the cmakelist.txt.
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Does make or cmake determine where the standard libraries are? This is a problem with cmake, or was I supposed to know where the standard libraries were?
could somebody be nice enough to post a cmakelists that actually works.
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While it did properly locate the preferred compiler, this standard library discrepancy was a challenge to figure out. Does anyone have any feedback regarding what exactly is going on

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hi i have many problems in the installation of VTK with visual studio 2005 i can not execute the example of vtk

Hi there

First you need to know whether VS 2005 is installed correctly or not.

So, develop a simple command line code with VS 2005.

Good luck Foruzan

PV 3.10 built from git trunk: gcc and glibcxx 3.4.14 referenced from separate directories

In attempting to build ParaView 3.10.0 from git trunk I ran into the problem of finding glibcxx 3.4.14. Apparently, when setting CMAKE options, CMAKE_CXX_COMPILER and CMAKE_C_COMPILER were both pointing to /usr/local/bin... while the required standard libraries were located in /usr/lib64/bin...

Does make or cmake determine where the standard libraries are? This is a problem with cmake, or was I supposed to know where the standard libraries were? While it did properly locate the preferred compiler, this standard library discrepancy was a challenge to figure out. Does anyone have any feedback regarding what exactly is going on