[Bf-committers] Blender-2.55 has no menu bar
blendenzo at blendenzo.com
Sun Oct 31 19:29:06 CET 2010
Oh, sorry. I guess this is related to ~/.blender, since the 2.54 and
2.55 folders do end up in ~/.blender. Would it be helpful for you to
see a directory tree of my ~/.blender folder on Linux Mint?
On 10/31/2010 02:25 PM, blendenzo wrote:
> Hi Dave,
> I experienced a very similar error on Linux Mint, and it was not related
> to the ~/.blender folder. When the versioning changed from 2.54 to
> 2.55, cmake was not properly updating the scripts folders.
> Specifically, the folder /blender/2.54 should now be /blender/2.55,
> since Blender is now looking for the UI scripts in the 2.55 folder. I
> deleted the /blender/2.54 folder, but cmake did not replace it. In the
> end, I had to delete the entire build and build from scratch and this
> solved the problem.
> Are you building fresh or building on top of a previous 2.54 build? If
> you are building on a previous build, I think this could be what is
> causing the problem.
> On 10/30/2010 09:56 AM, Dave Plater wrote:
>> Hi, I've opened Blender 2.5 Bug Tracker item #24454 for the lack of menu
>> bar when I run blender. I built it with the following configuration :
>> cmake ../ -DWITH_FFTW3:BOOL=on -DWITH_JACK:BOOL=on
>> -DWITH_OPENCOLLADA:BOOL=on -DWITH_PLAYER:BOOL=off
>> -DWITH_SNDFILE:BOOL=on -DOPENCOLLADA=/usr
>> -DOPENCOLLADA_LIBPATH=/usr/lib64 -DOPENCOLLADA_INC=/usr/include
>> -DWITH_PYTHON_INSTALL:BOOL=off -DWITH_PYTHON:BOOL=off
>> -DWITH_IMAGE_OPENJPEG:BOOL=off -DWITH_FFMPEG:BOOL=off
>> -DWITH_CXX_GUARDEDALLOC:BOOL=off '-DPYTHON_LIB=/usr/lib64}/libpython3.1.so'
>> -DPYTHON_INC=/usr/include/python3.1 '-GUnix Makefiles'
>> In the past this has been caused by the contents of ~/.blender but this
>> time I've tried various things including using the .blender contents from :
>> and I still have no menu bar.
>> Can somebody please give me a clue where to look, especially what
>> blender expects to find in .blender.
>> Dave Plater
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