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Re: [libcvd-members] windows project file changes

From: Gerhard Reitmayr
Subject: Re: [libcvd-members] windows project file changes
Date: Mon, 27 Jul 2009 15:59:07 +0200

Ed and Joe got it right on. I am proposing to use a unix style install directory structure (both in dependencies of our libraries and with an install step in the VS solutions).

But I don't want to build any larger infrastructure. I think users should take care themselves of all the other libraries. for example, that can mean that you have to copy jpeg yourself into that directory structure.

Also I don't really want to propose to provide prebuild libraries. I often have trouble with them on VS, because they use the wrong runtime library, and old one or use weird wrong options. unfortunately under MS just because you have a dll, doesn't mean that it will work with your code and your selection of runtime lib... Of course, if you have a standardised environment (same version of VC, etc.) then providing such a zip is useful, but it looks to me that that can only be achieved within a single group.

I will check it in later the week (when I have time) and then you can have a look at it.


On 27 Jul 2009, at 14:34, E. Rosten wrote:

On Sun, 26 Jul 2009, Gabriel N?tzi wrote:

Why not just putting the latest JPG and Pthread lib in there as well, so we know that the libcvd works with the actual JPG and Pthread
makes it much mor comfortable, and is not a great deal ...

Taking the hybrid of all approaches, it looks like libcvd and all support libraries (jpeg, png, pthreads, etc) will be installed to some directory tree. If someone wants to zip that up and send it to me, I can put it up on the website along with the source tarballs.

The licenses of all the support libraries (ffmpeg excepted) are sufficienlty permissive that we can do this with no problem.


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