Hi, Am Thu, 1 Dec 2016 06:54:50 +0000 schrieb PICCA Frederic-Emmanuel <frederic-emmanuel.pi...@synchrotron-soleil.fr>: > > It is not huge, but still sizeable, all in all it is about 5 > >megabytes > > compiled and stripped. I mostly want to split bornagain into > > multiple packages because I for example would like to install > > bornagain on a server where I only need the python bindings and > > avoiding a dependency on an Xserver and qt would be nice. > > do you expose the gui part from the python binding ?
No, the python bindings can not be used to steer the GUI. The python bindings are only for the core and fitting routines, not for the GUI part. > > > Nope, the GUI is written in C++ almost entirely and the python part > >is > > just a thin layer in python on top of the C++ libraries. I think I > > can't statically link because the libraries are used by the python > > bindings as well as the GUI. > > in that case the best is to provide a libbornagainX package with its > -dev package. Yes, that's what I think now as well. I'll look into other C++/cmake packages to learn how that can be accomplished best. Any suggestions for a C++/cmake based (scientific) package in debian that would be a good template for me? Cheers Mika --
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