[Paraview] Absolute clean start on OS X

Jan Hegewald hegewald at cab.bau.tu-bs.de
Fri Sep 15 02:56:44 EDT 2006

Hello list,

in june Kush Tandon wrote:

> Hi,
> I reinstalled OS X and started clean and fresh. However, my compile
> of paraview gets stuck with the following messages:
> Building CXX object VTK/Rendering/CMakeFiles/vtkRendering.dir/
> vtkGraphicsFactory.o
> In file included from /Users/kushtandon/paraview-2.4.3/VTK/Rendering/
> vtkOpenGLPolyDataMapper.h:26,
>                   from /Users/kushtandon/paraview-2.4.3/VTK/Rendering/
> vtkGraphicsFactory.cxx:34:
> /Users/kushtandon/paraview-2.4.3/VTK/Rendering/vtkOpenGL.h:24:43:
> error: GL/gl.h: No such file or directory
> /Users/kushtandon/paraview-2.4.3/VTK/Rendering/
> vtkOpenGLPolyDataMapper.h:87: error: 'GLenum' has not been declared
> /Users/kushtandon/paraview-2.4.3/VTK/Rendering/
> vtkOpenGLPolyDataMapper.h:98: error: 'GLenum' has not been declared
> /Users/kushtandon/paraview-2.4.3/VTK/Rendering/
> vtkOpenGLRenderWindow.h:101: error: 'GLuint' has not been declared
> make[2]: *** [VTK/Rendering/CMakeFiles/vtkRendering.dir/
> vtkGraphicsFactory.o] Error 1
> make[1]: *** [VTK/Rendering/CMakeFiles/vtkRendering.dir/all] Error 2
> make: *** [all] Error 2

Currently I am facing the same problem trying to build ParaView on a  
MacPro. Can anyone point me to a solution for this?
Any help is greatly appreciated.

-- Jan Hegewald

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