ROOT Version: 6.22/02, 6.24/02
Platform: Windows 10 (1809 upgraded to 20H2)
Compiler: Visual Studio 2019 (v16.6.5)
Dear ROOT developers,
ROOT 6.24 seems to support Python 3 on Windows 10 as it is shown in ROOT installation and PyROOT on Windows 10.
Thank you for your efforts. We are eager to test it and compare the results with
I have several questions about how well PyROOT works on Windows.
Nightlies and CI
mentions another to access Jenkins instance: However, I wasn’t able
to login with my account created by my client (CEA):
Access denied. You are not authorized to access this site: https://lcgapp-services.cern.ch with these credentials or this authentication system.
Can you tell me how to access to your jobs details?
I would like to know which tests pass on Windows.
Tests with PyROOT 6.22
Some tests were carried out with ROOT 6.22/02 and Python 2.7 (Miniconda). Here
is a summary :
- creating a
TCanvasfailed with Python but succeeded with IPython.
- callback doesn’t seem to work using
- creating a
And an issue with NumPy requires further investigation (
'numpy.ndarray' object has no attribute 'typecode' [...]).
Do you know if those problems are solved with ROOT 6.24?
Relationship with Visual Studio 2019
You don’t seem to recommend a precise version of Visual Studio 2019 like in
Windows ROOT problem. Does it mean that
ROOT 6.24 doesn’t care about the version of VS 2019 to be
And is it mandatory to use the Developer Prompt? In most cases,
cmd.exe seems to