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Python install packages pip matplotlib

UDK_developer
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Python install packages pip matplotlib

Hello,

i tried to install the matlab lib on the virtuel environment builder. And it worked the inveronment successfully installed the matplotlib.

I added the matplotlib in the requirements.txt and setup.py

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here is the open archive of the virtuel core snap. And on the virtuel control no error occurs. Besides that when i build the arm64 snap for the

real control, i always get the error page. To mention i also changed in the datalayer.py the return value to the control ones used. Afterwards i build the snap without errors.

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thank you for your service and quick replys.

best regards

UDK_developer

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MauroRiboniMX
New Contributor

Re: Python install packages pip matplotlib

Hi, 

So you cross compiled some python right? Many python libraries are difficult to "cross compile" because there is also some C behind. To include matplotlib give a look to: GitHub - mauringo/python-ai-toolkit. The example includes also ctrlX SDK. 

To successfully compile it for arm64 i use a native arm64 machine. You can use:

architectures:
- build-on: amd64
- build-on: arm64

Inside the snapcraft.yaml and the use snapcraft remote-build

 

UDK_developer
New Poster

Re: Python install packages pip matplotlib

Thank you for your answer,

i also tried to include an none-any python liberary and give it a trie. And in that case it worked 

the snap successfully builds. I've included the pyueye liberary for IDS_Kameras . 

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The webserver starts successfully with the liberary. However if i want to include the liberary in the webserver.py 

with 'from pyueye import ueye' the programm doesn't start anymore and i get the error page shown on the top 

 

MauroRiboniMX
New Contributor

Re: Python install packages pip matplotlib

Give a look inside the logbook. you can fin your program stOutput. you will find an error while including the library

CodeShepherd
Community Moderator

Re: Python install packages pip matplotlib

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