Installing additional Frameworks/en

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Node Installation[edit]

Goto [ https://nodejs.org/de/download/ ] and select the appropriate package for your machine. When asked if addtional packages are to be downloaded, answer "yes". Then VisualStudio build tools will also be installed, in case any node module will need to be compiled from C/C++ code.

Open the expecco node interpreter settings ("Extras" → "Settings" → "Execution" → "External Scriptinterpreter" → "Node") and verify that the "node" command is found along your PATH variable settings (click on the Button with the "?").

If not found, either restart expecco (if you installed node while expecco was active), or enter the path to your node interpreter into the path field.

Python Installation[edit]

Goto [ https://www.python.org/downloads/ ] and select the appropriate package for your machine. Notice, that there are both packages for python3 and python2.7 available, and you may have to install both, depending on the python Code to be executed later.

Open the expecco node interpreter settings ("Extras" → "Settings" → "Execution" → "External Script Interpreter" → "Python") and verify that the "python" command is found along your PATH variable settings (click on the Button with the "?").

If not found, either restart expecco (if you installed node while expecco was active), or enter the path to your python interpreter into the path field.

Make sure that the correct python Version is displayed (2.x vs. 3.x).

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C Compiler Toolchain Installation[edit]

If you need to execute C-coded actions, you need a C-compiler toolchain to be installed. With Unix/Linux systems, these are usually already present on the machine (try "cc --Version" in a shell window). With OSX, you have to install XCode or the Command Line Tools subset. With Windows, install one of Borland, VisualC, VisualC redistributable or MingGW.

If you get compilation errors, take a look at the "compile_xxx" scripts in the "exept/expecco/bridgeFramework/cBridge/cLibrary" folder under the expecco installation folder. If required, add your own script to call whatever compiler you need, and select it in the cBridge settings Dialog ("Extras" → "Settings" → "Execution" → "Bridges" → "CBridge").



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