JSBSim Python Bindings
JSBSim Python Bindings can be downloaded via the
sourceforge download page.
There are several different packages defined, so you only have to download
what you really need.
These packages contain compiled bindings for Windows 32bit OS, ready to use.
Just copy the contained pyd-file somewhere on your Python path, for example
the Python site-packages directory.
Please notice that you have to download a package that is linked against your
Python version. Only major version (e.g. Python 2.4 or Python 2.5) matters, since
minor versions (e.g. Python 2.4.3 or Python 2.5.1 are binary compatible).
This is the source distribution of the Python bindings. For building you will
need the Scons build system
the JSBSim source code (for JSBSim headers)
and compiled JSBSim static libraries.
Please refer to the contained README files for instructions on how to build.
These packages contain precompiled static JSBSim libraries. You will only need
these packages if you want to compile JSBSim Python Bindings yourself and
don't want to bother with compiling JSBSim yourself.
So far only static libraries for Microsoft Visual C++ Toolkit 2003 (VC71) and
Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Express (VC8) are provided.
JSBSim and the JSBSim Python Bindings have no native graphics output. But it is
easy to integrate JSBSim flight dynamics into game or graphics engines.
Downloads in this package are intended to demonstrate how to use JSBSim Python
Bindings. So far only one demo is provided, which demonstrates how to use
the bindings together with the Panda3D game engine.