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    Quote Originally Posted by Imagix View Post
    A quick overview of installing pip in MacOS: https://phoenixnap.com/kb/install-pip-mac
    Thanks! That did the trick!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Imagix View Post
    A quick overview of installing pip in MacOS: https://phoenixnap.com/kb/install-pip-mac
    Thanks! That did the trick!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zenic View Post
    If you're doing this from scratch, this is how you would do it:
    - Install a Python runtime and make sure you have it and pip in your path (i.e. you can type "pip" in a command prompt)
    - Download the uvtt2fgu.py script into an empty folder
    - Open a command prompt and cd into the folder with the uvtt2fgu.py script in it
    - "pip install Pillow"
    - "pip install pyinstaller"
    - "pyinstaller --onefile uvtt2fgu.py"
    Currently trying this on a Win 10 machine for complicated plot reasons, and in a week or more I may come back and ask for help on Mac OS too

    I followed the instructions above (though my goodness python installed itself in a weird spot in Windows; happily running a Repair allowed me the option of adding its location to my $Path AND installing pip). I assume the desired output is a .exe?

    It did things and then threw this error:

    5380 INFO: Adding Microsoft.Windows.Common-Controls to dependent assemblies of final executable
    required by C:\Users\chatty\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Pyth on310\python.exe
    5452 INFO: Analyzing C:\Maps UniversalVTT No Grid 100ppi\Maps\uvtt2fgu.py

    Syntax error in C:\Maps UniversalVTT No Grid 100ppi\Maps\uvtt2fgu.py
    File "C:\Maps UniversalVTT No Grid 100ppi\Maps\uvtt2fgu.py", line 107
    <title>uvtt2fgu/uvtt2fgu.py at main Imagix/uvtt2fgu GitHub</title>
    ^
    SyntaxError: invalid character '' (U+00B7)
    And I got a .spec file.

    Any help appreciated. I may try to screw around with the .py file to see if I can magically repair it in the meantime tho.

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    I did find the executable on github eventually. But once I get some sleep I am going to come back here and see if I can figure out how to build my own because what if I want the latest?

    But, and again I am super tired so maybe I don't get it, if I have a python interpreter why do I need the executable (other than that the file association trick is AWESOME).

    OK goose is going into oven and then I sleep for 8 hours.

  5. #115
    Ah, you do not appear to have actually downloaded the python script itself. What you'd downloaded was one of the GitHub HTML pages that contains (somewhere in it) the script. Take a look for the "Raw" button. Click that before you try to do something like "Save page as...".

    The first line of the script should read: "#!/usr/bin/env python3"

  6. #116
    OK, I've published v1.4.0, releasing the code to emit object line-of-sight blockers for FGU.
    Change from the beta: the default behaviour is to emit them as terrain occluders and not wall occluders.
    There's also the Windows exe file in the release.

    https://github.com/Imagix/uvtt2fgu/releases/tag/v1.4.0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Imagix View Post
    Ah, you do not appear to have actually downloaded the python script itself. What you'd downloaded was one of the GitHub HTML pages that contains (somewhere in it) the script. Take a look for the "Raw" button. Click that before you try to do something like "Save page as...".

    The first line of the script should read: "#!/usr/bin/env python3"
    I saw someone else had done that and was like "Not ME!" but I haven't used github in years and dang it! thanks. Now that I've cooked some geese and slept some, I am re-entering the world of FG Maps!!!Exciting!

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    Thanks for the superb converter. Been using it a few maps and it works like a charm.
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    My shared battlemaps and other material on GitHub

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    I kind of want to pay you for this. I had no idea how to manually associate extensions to executables in Win10.

  10. #120
    I feel like I missed something. I have this working on my Mac. I downloaded the exe from 1.4 and installed Python on my PC and I'm not sure what I'm supposed to do. What does the exe do vs the manual console commands I had to run on my Mac?

    Edit: Disregard. I figured it out. Just a matter of using command prompt and typing the command, rather than the python script. Works great. Thanks!
    Last edited by wframe; February 18th, 2022 at 13:38.

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