Under Ubuntu Linux, I see that Panda’s various tools–multify, PStats, etc.–are at time of writing included in pip-based installations, in a folder called “panda3d_tools”. However, they don’t seem to be installed to the system as runnable commands, and attempting to run “multify” at least (I haven’t tried the others, I don’t think) results in an error to the effect that it can’t find the Panda library files. (The files do exist; they’re just in the sibling-directory named “panda3d”.)
I’m guessing that I can at least get multify running by copying it into a directory along with various “.so” files, either just dumping all of them in there with it, or attempting to determine which specific ones it wants.
However, is there a more elegant and general way to get these various tools working?
For reference, I’m using Ubuntu 18.04.3, and Panda 1.10.5.dev103.