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Old 03-19-2014, 11:09 AM
farshizzo farshizzo is offline
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The pylink that is listed on the Python Package Index is completely unrelated to the pylink library provided by SR Research. I was able to get the pylink library provided by SR Research to work using the following steps:
  1. Download pylink_win32.zip from https://www.sr-support.com/showthread.php?14-Pylink
  2. Extract the zip file to your local computer
  3. Copy the entire pylink27 subfolder to the Vizard/bin/lib/site-packages folder
  4. Rename the pylink27 folder to pylink
  5. Now you can call import pylink from any Vizard script
I ran the above steps with Vizard 5 32-bit and it worked fine.

Note, as of the time of this post, SR Research does not seem to provide a 64-bit version of the pylink library for Windows, so this will not work with 64-bit versions of Vizard.
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