Paintera installation in Windows 10

I would like to perform the installation of paintera but in the GitHub repository the instructions for doing it in windows are not very informative and I am a little confused about the Apache Maven installation and other instructions, I would like to know if someone has done the installation of paintera in windows 10 and if that person can give some tips about it.

Thanks in advance

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This worked for me in a Windows 10 sandbox:

set PATH=%PATH%;C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_271\bin;C:\apache-maven-3.6.3\bin

py.exe -m pip install paintera

py.exe -c"import paintera;paintera.launch_paintera()"
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Hi @xgalindo,

Thanks to @cgohlke for the suggestion.

Here is another approach uses conda (I can’t test it at the moment) :

  1. Install anaconda
  2. Start the anaconda prompt

Then in the anaconda prompt, type:

conda install -c pkgs/main openjdk
conda install -c conda-forge maven
conda install -c conda-forge paintera

You’ll know it works if, in the anaconda prompt, this command

paintera --help

produces this output.

John

p.s. we know installation is not easy now. Hope to improve that soon.

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Thanks for your quick answer. Followed the installation instructions in conda and apparently everything went ok because I get the same message you show in

however, when I tray to execute paintera using the comand

paintera [[JGO ARG...] [JVM ARG...] --] [ARG...]

and right after I get this message

WARNING: Please consider reporting this to the maintainers of bdv.fx.viewer.render.BufferExposingWritableImage
WARNING: Use --illegal-access=warn to enable warnings of further illegal reflective access operations
WARNING: All illegal access operations will be denied in a future release
Unmatched arguments from index 1: ‘ARG…]’, ‘[JVM’, ‘ARG…]’, ‘–]’, ‘[ARG…]’

I do not know if I am using the right command to execute it or if I get confused again.