I tried that page twice and get errors about missing fix-autobahn, and when I removed that from the package.json, webpack complained about missing eslint (I installed eslint, but it doesn't change), and then errors saying "Webpack has been initialised using a configuration object that does not match the API schema" and errors about the output directory needing to be an "**absolute path** (required)". I'm sure there's something simple I'm missing, but not sure what.
Thank you, -Tom On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 4:08 PM, Aron Helser <aron.hel...@kitware.com> wrote: > I think you're looking for the setup doc: https://kitware.github. > io/paraviewweb/docs/setup.html > It gives you a sample webpack config. Nearly all the paraviewweb > dependencies are contained in kw-websuite, as documented on that page. > > The examples as they stand use a bit of magic, you are right, so they can > be embedded in the documentation pages. AFAIK, we don't have an install > option to make a stand-alone example. > Regards, > Aron > > On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 3:59 PM, Sgouros, Thomas <thomas_sgou...@brown.edu > > wrote: > >> Thank you. it would be great also to have pointers to normalize.css, and >> the webpack and package configs for these examples. They are more like >> puzzles than examples in their current state, with the challenge to find >> all the missing pieces and guess how to put them together. Am I missing >> some intro that steps me through those parts? Or is there a way to see the >> whole example laid out with those other pieces? Maybe an npm install option >> that will give me these examples on my disk? >> >> I see fragments of examples on this page: https://kitware.github.i >> o/paraviewweb/docs/import.html , but apparently it is not enough for me. >> >> Thank you, >> >> -Tom >> >> On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 2:48 PM, Aron Helser <aron.hel...@kitware.com> >> wrote: >> >>> Hi Tom, >>> The ParaviewWeb examples always live in a sub-directory of the component >>> they illustrate - so here, this is the Composite example, so '..' just >>> refers to 'Composite'. >>> If you look in the left menu, you can see that 'Composite' is grouped >>> into ' Component/Native'. That's the directory it's in. >>> '../../BackgroundColor' >>> is a sibling directory to 'Composite', so it will also be in ' >>> Component/Native' >>> >>> Generally you can follow the '..' out from the example sub-directory and >>> figure out where you are. >>> >>> Hope that helps, >>> Aron >>> >>> On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 2:38 PM, Sgouros, Thomas < >>> thomas_sgou...@brown.edu> wrote: >>> >>>> Hello all: >>>> >>>> When I see a Paraviewweb example like this (from Composite.html): >>>> >>>> import CompositeComponent from '..'; >>>> import BGColorComponent from '../../BackgroundColor'; >>>> >>>> Where should I look for BackgroundColor and CompositeComponent? I feel >>>> sure I could find them eventually, but is there another search algorithm >>>> besides brute force? >>>> >>>> Thank you, >>>> >>>> -Tom >>>> >>>> _______________________________________________ >>>> Powered by www.kitware.com >>>> >>>> Visit other Kitware open-source projects at >>>> http://www.kitware.com/opensource/opensource.html >>>> >>>> Please keep messages on-topic and check the ParaView Wiki at: >>>> http://paraview.org/Wiki/ParaView >>>> >>>> Search the list archives at: http://markmail.org/search/?q=ParaView >>>> >>>> Follow this link to subscribe/unsubscribe: >>>> https://public.kitware.com/mailman/listinfo/paraview >>>> >>>> >>> >> >
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