Filzah Asyrif Fiantama <filzah.fiantama(a)gmail.com> writes:
> I have tried following it, but i failed when i build meshpy (using setup.py).
> And i have no idea what was written on terminal
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Are you able to copy-paste your error message? (to a web pastebin,
Are you using the 'system python' or 'conda/anaconda'?
I am a student at the Karlsruhe University of Applied Science. I am currently using Python in a FEM lecture lectured by Mr. Jürgen Weizenecker.
For the exam i will necessarily need MeshPy. Is there a way to get MeshPy on Mac OSX? Because i and Mr. Weizenecker have been searching for a way, but no result.
I have tried to install the MeshPy for Windows (.whl) using the default “Terminal” from Mac OSX and even using the conda shell (but i am not so sure wether i have installed it correctly). But i always get this message: MeshPy-2018.1-cp36-cp36m-win_amd64.whl is not a supported wheel on this platform.
Or maybe is there an alternative to MeshPy that is compatible on Mac OSX?
Thanks in advance,
Filzah Asyrif Fiantama