How can I run MakeHuman from a BitBucket source clone?
MH 1.1 (stable)
Contrary to popular opinion it is not all that difficult to run MakeHuman directly from source. Doing so has the following benefits:
- You get full access to all assets (i.e. you are not restricted to only compiled/processed/compressed versions)
- You can “update” the MakeHuman directory and thereby download only the latest changes instead of having to download and unzip a big binary each time a change has been made. (This requires the usage of Mercurial)
MakeHuman code is pure Python based. To run MakeHuman from source you need to install the following dependencies: Python 2.7, NumPy, PyOpenGl and PyQt for Qt4. The link to the source code is in the download section. You can either get the code as a zip-file or download it with the version control tool Mercurial.
The full procedure with platform specific notes is documented in [[Documentation:Running_MakeHuman_from_source|Running MakeHuman from Source]].
MH 1.2 (unstable)
If you’re looking for the source code of the upcoming MakeHuman 1.2.0 go to https://github.com/makehumancommunity/makehuman. You’ll also find basic instructions on how to get started on this page.