Download OpenCMISS-Zinc v3.0.0

This is the official release of OpenCMISS-Zinc Library v3.0 and PyZinc Python bindings.

Choose the download for the appropriate platform (and Python version if installing PyZinc).

OpenCMISS-Zinc for 64-bit Windows

The following alternative installation packages are available for download:

Installation

  1. Download either the above installer (preferred) or zip archive.

  2. For the installer, run the exe; an install wizard will pop up, follow the steps and select ‘Add OpenCMISS-Zinc to the system PATH for all users’ (or add it manually for a single user as described below). For the zip archive, extract the contents of the archive where you want Zinc installed, and add its top folder to the PATH environment variable for the current user (In Windows 7 this is under Control Panel|User Accounts|Change my environment variables).

  3. Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable is also required for 64-bit Windows. It can be downloaded and installed from the following Microsoft page.

OpenCMISS-Zinc for Mac OS X

The following alternative installation packages are available for download:

Installation

  1. Download either the above dmg installer (preferred) or tar.gz archive.

  2. The dmg package will install the libZinc binaries into /usr/local/lib and the system should now be able to locate the libZinc library. For the tar.gz archive: manually extract to the desired installation location and add location to system path.

OpenCMISS-Zinc for 64-bit Linux

The following alternative installation packages are available for download:

Installation

  1. Download either the debian package (preferred) or tar.gz archive.
  2. The debian package can be installed with the following command line: sudo dpkg -i OpenCMISS-Zinc*.deb.
  3. After installation, run sudo ldconfig to update the libraries database.

PyZinc for 64-bit Windows

Choose the installation package appropriate to the Python version you are using:

Installation

Prerequisite: Install the matching OpenCMISS-Zinc library (see above).

  1. Download and install Python 2.7/3.3. PyZinc on Windows is currently available for these two versions of Python only.
  2. You may have to add the Python installation directory onto your system PATH.
  3. Download the PyZinc Zip archive matching your Python version, above.
  4. Unzip the zip archive to a temporary directory.
  5. Open the command prompt, cd into the temporary directory, and execute the command python setup.py install (assuming the python executable is on the current path otherwise an absolute path to the python executable is required). This installs PyZinc as a Python module.
  6. For interactive applications with a Qt user interface, install PySide or PyQt, which should also install Qt. PySide (recommended) can be found here.

PyZinc for Mac OS X

Choose the installation package appropriate to the Python version you are using:

Installation

Prerequisite: Install the matching OpenCMISS-Zinc library (see above).

  1. Download and install Python 2.6/2.7. PyZinc on Mac OS X is currently available for these two versions of Python only.
  2. Download the PyZinc tar.gz archive matching your Python version, above.
  3. Untar the tar.gz archive to a temporary directory.
  4. Open the command prompt, cd into the temporary directory, and execute the command python setup.py install, which installs PyZinc as a Python module.
  5. For interactive applications with a Qt user interface, install PySide (or PyQt) along with Qt. PySide and Qt for Mavericks and Python2.7 can be found here.

PyZinc for 64-bit Linux

Choose the installation package appropriate to the Python version you are using:

Installation

Prerequisite: Install the matching OpenCMISS-Zinc library (see above).

  1. Download and install Python 2.6/2.7. PyZinc on Linux is currently available for these two versions of Python only.
  2. Download the PyZinc tar.gz archive matching your Python version, above.
  3. Untar the tar.gz archive to a temporary directory.
  4. Open the command prompt, cd into the temporary directory, and execute the command python setup.py install which installs PyZinc as a Python module.
  5. For interactive applications with a Qt user interface, install PySide (or PyQt) along with Qt e.g. using apt-cache search ... / sudo apt-get install ....

Developer Versions

To try new Zinc features in development, you can download the Developer Versions.