Yuv | 1 Dec 02:06 2007
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Re: Call for volunteers for bug reports cleanup (was Re: [hugin-ptx] Re: Some news)


Hi Hal,

On Nov 30, 1:58 pm, "Hal V. Engel" <hven... <at> astound.net> wrote:
> For my project (LProf) we actively use these trackers and find that if used
> correctly they actually reduce the admin/developer work load.

Thank you for sharing your experience, it's very encouraging, makes
perfect sense to me and I hope that Pablo and Bruno will adopt your
methods. It is up to them.

I am afraid we will still need to clean up first before we can harness
the benefits you describe, but those benefits should be a good
motivation - for everybody, developers and users as you point out.

have a good weekend
Yuv
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Yuv | 1 Dec 02:29 2007
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Re: Call for volunteers for bug reports cleanup (was Re: [hugin-ptx] Re: Some news)


Hi Bruno,

On Nov 30, 5:11 pm, Bruno Postle <br... <at> postle.net> wrote:
> >has somebody already taken ownership of the clean up process? this is
> >the kind of admin stuff that eats away from precious development time.
>
> Yes, Matt has done quite a few, but there is a lot of work here.

thanks a lot, Matt. If you need help, I can tackle a bug report from
time to time.

> 'bug manager' access, at the moment either Pablo or myself can
> 'grant' it.

Bruno, do you want to add me to the project? yuv is my handle on SF.

> A lot of these bugs require recent builds for all platforms to be
> able to evaluate them properly.

I suspected this. Owners of all sorts of platforms beware and prepare
as I will be nagging you for testing :-)

Yuv
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Yuv | 1 Dec 02:39 2007
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Enblend building instructions


hello,

can somebody be so kind and post recently tested Enblend building
instructions (from CVS) for OSX and for Windows on

<http://wiki.panotools.org/Hugin_Compiling_OSX>

and

<http://wiki.panotools.org/Hugin_Compiling_Windows>

along the lines of what is posted at

<http://wiki.panotools.org/Hugin_Compiling_Ubuntu#Building_Enblend>

?

also it would be nice to have Windows instruction for the Express
(free) edition of MSVC and/or MinGW.

sorry for nagging
Yuv
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Daniel M German | 1 Dec 05:08 2007
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What version of gcc?


Hi Everybody,

those that have compiled enblend. Could you please tell me which
version of gcc you are using?

Thanks!

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Stephan Hegel | 1 Dec 05:59 2007
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Re: What version of gcc?


Hi,

I'd just a try on my box ...

Daniel M German wrote:
> those that have compiled enblend. Could you please tell me which
> version of gcc you are using?
Well, not really answering your question: on my openSuSE 10.3,
x86_64 compiling enblend-3.0 crashes with an internal compiler
error:
   http://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=33668
, which is a dup of 31899.

My gcc is 4.2.1, shipped with the distribution. According to the
bug tracker the target milestone to fix this is 4.2.3.

I'm wondering how the SuSE folks made a rpm package with this ...

Regards,
  Stephan.

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Daniel M German | 1 Dec 06:13 2007
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Re: What version of gcc?


Thanks Stephan,

I have been able to compile enblend on debian (4.1.2) with boost 1.33

Are there any test suites that we can try to make sure it works as
expected?

My OS X computer has gcc 4.0.1, and haven't been able to compile
enblend with boost 1.34. I am now downgrading to boost 1.33.

BTW, one can't have vigra installed in your system. The include flags
are picking system includes before local includes (for vigra).

--dmg

 Stephan> Hi,

 Stephan> I'd just a try on my box ...

 Stephan> Daniel M German wrote:
 >> those that have compiled enblend. Could you please tell me which
 >> version of gcc you are using?
 Stephan> Well, not really answering your question: on my openSuSE 10.3,
 Stephan> x86_64 compiling enblend-3.0 crashes with an internal compiler
 Stephan> error:
   http://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=33668
 Stephan> , which is a dup of 31899.

 Stephan> My gcc is 4.2.1, shipped with the distribution. According to the
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Stephan Hegel | 1 Dec 06:22 2007
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Re: What version of gcc?


Hi again,

Stephan Hegel wrote:
> Daniel M German wrote:
>> those that have compiled enblend. Could you please tell me which
>> version of gcc you are using?
> Well, not really answering your question: on my openSuSE 10.3,
> x86_64 compiling enblend-3.0 crashes with an internal compiler
> error:
>    http://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=33668
> , which is a dup of 31899.
> 
> My gcc is 4.2.1, shipped with the distribution. According to the
> bug tracker the target milestone to fix this is 4.2.3.
> 
> I'm wondering how the SuSE folks made a rpm package with this ...
Replying to myself: compiling without debug information - removed
all "-g" from the makefiles - works fine here with gcc 4.2.1.

Rgds,
  Stephan.

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Stefan F. | 1 Dec 09:35 2007
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Re: Missing exposure tab in hugin 0.7beta4


On 29 Nov., 12:15, Yuval Levy <goo... <at> levy.ch> wrote:
> if you find inconsistencies/errors in the instructions posted on that
> wiki page, please report back.
>
> Yuv

Some feedback of my (yet disappointing) experiences when compiling on
a nearly "clean" ubuntu 7.10 as described in http://wiki.panotools.org/Hugin_Compiling_Ubuntu:

Refering to step2:
      "In a i386 system the equivalent is probably (COULD SOMEBODY
CHECK THIS ONE?)" ...
I checked it, result = "0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and
14 not upgraded."
The libraries of step 2 are already installed in step 1. But step 2
does no harm.

I got problems, when building enblend:
enblend-gpu.o: In function `wrapupGPU()': enblend/src/gpu.cc:289:
    undefined reference to `glutDestroyWindow'

enblend-gpu.o: In function `initGPU(int*, char**)':
    enblend/src/gpu.cc:120: undefined reference to `glutInit'
    enblend/src/gpu.cc:121: undefined reference to
`glutInitDisplayMode'
    enblend/src/gpu.cc:122: undefined reference to `glutCreateWindow'
    enblend/src/gpu.cc:148: undefined reference to `glutDestroyWindow'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status

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Daniel M German | 1 Dec 10:12 2007
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compiling enblend under OS X 10.4


Hi everybody,

(I am crossposting this to the lcms and hugin-ptx lists, sorry for any
duplicates).

I finally got enblend compiling under OS X. The problem seems to be
that lcms.h (version 1.17) generates two compilation errors in
subsequent includes (but not in lcms.h). These are:

../include/vigra/static_assert.hxx:85: error: expected unqualified-id before '{' token
numerictraits.h:46: error: 'UInt32' is already declared in this scope

(and many other subsequent errors)

For those in the lcms list: enblend requires C++, and makes heavy use
of templates.

I tracked the error down. It is due to the inclusion of memory.h:

#if !defined(__INTEGRITY)
#   include <memory.h>
#endif

This file is not /usr/include/memory.h. Instead it is Memory.h!
(remember that the file system of OS X is case preserving)

[dmg <at> selenium enblend-3.1]$ more /Developer/Headers/FlatCarbon/Memory.h 
#include <CoreServices/CoreServices.h>
[dmg <at> selenium enblend-3.1]$ 
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Daniel M German | 1 Dec 10:50 2007
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quick fix to compile enblend under OS X 10.4 (fink based)


It is rather straightforward. It assumes that you use fink unstable
under 10.4 (it problably works also under 10.5):

1. install lcms

fink install lcms

2. modify /sw/include/lcms.h

Change:

#if !defined(__INTEGRITY)
#   include <memory.h>
#endif

To

#if !defined(__INTEGRITY)
#   include </usr/include/memory.h>
#endif

3. Using fink build enblend

fink build enblend

This will build enblend 3.0. It will also make sure you satisfy all
the dependencies for the latest version of enblend. Don't worry, it won't install it.

4. Install:
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