Tom Sharpless | 1 Feb 02:42 2008
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Re: Building CVS20080129 / SVN 2740 for windows


Hi Yuv

On Jan 30, 5:49 pm, Yuval Levy <goo... <at> levy.ch> wrote:

> Tom, a question for you about
> <http://wiki.panotools.org/Build_Hugin_for_Windows_with_SDK>
>
> is there a reason to configure cmake to build in a different directory,
> e.g. enblend-build instead of enblend and hugin-build instead of hugin?
>

This is not required, but it is preferable, especially if you are a
developer.  First, keeping the source tree separate makes it less
likely you will accidentally change source code while fiddling with
the build, and gives you the option of deleting the whole build and
starting over if you really mess up.  Second, you can have more than
one external build tree (for example one for MSVC and one for mingw)
but once you build inside the source tree cmake is not able to do any
external builds.

Regards, Tom

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Ippei UKAI | 1 Feb 03:40 2008
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Re: OSX- Hugin bundle svn2695_20080125 (against wxwindows 2.7) for download


On 2008-01-30, at 14:26, Pablo dAngelo wrote:
> Ippei Ukai wrote:
>>
>> On 2008-01-30, at 07:42, Pablo d'Angelo wrote:
>>
>>>>> Maybe i'm not a typical OSX thinking guy, but to me it makes sense
>>>>> to separate the stitching from the GUI used to edit the panorama
>>>>> project.
>>>>
>>>> mmm... I prefer to stitch straight from hugin, not saving file and
>>>> stitching it with another app that has no ability of changing any
>>>> values.
>
> Well, you don't have to do this, Hugin will do it for you. Of course
> there will always be a "stitch" button inside Hugin. Maybe you
> have misunderstood that. However, it is IMHO a good approach
> to allow stitching even without running the full fledged editing GUI,
> so I'm working on satisfying both use cases, with minimum effort
> on the developer AND users sides.
>
> If that is an alien concept on OSX, then just hide HuginStitchProject
> inside the Hugin bundle, and everybody will be happy?

It is not an alien concept. It's just that HuginStitchProject becoming  
a full application (as opposed to agent application without own icon  
and menu) would be. It would be nice if you could develop such full  
application to use HuginStitchProject so that it can be shared between  
Hugin. Then all I have to do in the new app is to ask users where  
Hugin.app is. That way, HuginStitchProject can stay as simple as  
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Tom Sharpless | 1 Feb 04:03 2008
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Re: click in inactive preview still applies centre change


On Jan 31, 9:57 am, Simon Oosthoek <simon.oosth... <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all
>
> I'm not sure if this should be a bugreport, but I keep running into this
> GUI issue. When I change the crop values in the stitcher tab, I want to
> check on the preview (you can tell I don't have dual screens active ;-)
>
> I don't think the change in crop values is applied to the preview until
> I activate the preview window, but clicking on it will randomly distort
> the image. There's no undo for that, so this is highly unpleasant.
>
> Would it be an option to just catch the first click and discard it?
>

The entire preview window as it now stands should be considered a bug.
It is an affront to GUI technology; not quite worse than useless but
very close (at least on Windows).

Grrr,  Tom Sharpless
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Jim Watters | 1 Feb 04:57 2008
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Re: a few questions and observations moving toward release candidates


Yuval Levy wrote:
> Thank you, Tom.
>
> Tom Sharpless wrote:
>   
>> I agree with Pablo that the hugin settings in the registry are not
>> likely to cause serious trouble.  But all instances of hugin do share
>> them, and that could confuse people who have two or more versions
>> installed
>>     
> I call that "serious trouble". For instance, when I tested my installer, 
> I thought it was nicely configured, while it was only what was left in 
> the registry from the preferences of a previous install, and an unclean 
> install. I'd expect a clean uninstall to remove preferences, something 
> that I can't guarantee with the registry.
>   
If in Hugin specifications it states it allows multiple installations 
and each of those installations is using the same registry settings then 
that is a bug.  But don't confuse a developers environment with an 
average end user.  The average end user probably does not know what the 
registry even is.  Even if Hugin allows multiple instances of itself to 
be installed at the same time, I would at least think that all version 
of 0.7.0.???? would still use the same settings.  I would also expect 
that if I upgraded from one version to the newest that all my settings 
would be kept.

Bug: Version information is missing from Hugin.  (As in; right click 
choose properties | version ).  I had to start up Hugin and go to the 
About dialog box.  I have updated all the PanoTools helper Apps to have 
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Pete Holzmann | 1 Feb 05:04 2008
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autopano-c script test


Hi all,

(Almost?) my first posting ;)

No time to get/build hugin, but now that there's a test build, I 
fired it up.

As requested in the readme, I tried the autopano-c-complete.vbs 
script.

Not having used vbs, I just tried it. 

1) the vbs was not found. OK, 
   \media\hugin\bin\autopano-c-complete.vbs...

2) Script runs, but then I got "File Not Found" line 107. First
   guess was my JPG filenames. Nope.

3) OK, time to look at code. Oh. It assumes all apps are on the
   path. Silly me.

   Being a tech guy, I know how to set the path in WinXP. 
   Most people don't. This will need fixing for release ;)

4) Now it runs... for a few seconds. "Permission Denied" - line
   114.

   Hmmmm... enable the handy debug code on line 113.
   My files are in a folder with a space in the folder name.
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Pete Holzmann | 1 Feb 05:18 2008
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Repeatable Hugin crash when deleting a control point.


Not sure if I'm doing anything special.

Scenario:
* pano with 111 photos
* a few have sparse ctl points
* I'm cleaning out bad ctl points along the way
* Repeatable scenario for me right now:

* Open saved pto file
* Re-optimize (position only) so I can see the ctrl-
point list by distance/err
* Start deleting most-erroneous points
* Four are removed from one photo pair with a good 
density of points.
* The next pair only had two points.
* Delete the bad one
* Crash: hugin.exe Offset 0003ac48, exception 0xc0000005

Repeat, save before crash. (Now, the first one to delete 
will be the one that causes a crash

Repeat again. Now, I get the crash when I click on the 
first element in the list of control points...
- the first photo of the pair displays ok
- the second photo name/number shows up in the right 
hand list... but its associated photo is not displayed 
before the crash

THOUGHTS
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akseidel@gmail.com | 1 Feb 05:26 2008
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Re: problems with escaping paths/filenames with spaces

Harry,

Here one way to handle this in Applescript. It may not be pretty and it probably breaks all rules, but it works for me. Maybe this is what you are looking for? This code is from a home brew Applescript Studio front end for a command line application that does much like what your application needs to do. 

This function returns a quoted path if that path needs to be quoted:

-- returns a quoted path for a path that has spaces 
on MakeQuotedPath(thepath)
if (offset of " " in thepath) is not equal to 0 then
return "\"" & thepath & "\""
else
return thepath
end if
end MakeQuotedPath

Examples how this is used:

on Check4ErrorsPre()
set theIn to MakeQuotedPath(SlashPathEnd(PreSourcePath))
set theOut to MakeQuotedPath(SlashPathEnd(PrePreparePath))
if theIn is equal to theOut then
set msg to "Stopping! You are sending the prepared metapixels back into"
set msg to msg & space & "your source folder:" & return & return & theIn
set msg to msg & return & return & "You probably do not want to do that."
display alert msg
return "NoGo"
end if
return "Ok"
end Check4ErrorsPre

----snip--

if IsAntiMosaic is equal to 1 then
set ArgLine to Metapixel & space & "-x " & MakeQuotedPath(AntiPicName)
else
set ArgLine to Metapixel & space & "-l " & MakeQuotedPath(Prepared)
end if
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Allan


On Jan 31, 2008, at 12:05 PM, Harry van der Wolf wrote:


No, it doesn't.

I still have problems with escaping paths/filenames with spaces in it  
with the shell script approach, I really don't know why (or it must  
be something I keep overlooking). Roger Howard offered to help me  
with that, so maybe he comes with a solution.


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Pete Holzmann | 1 Feb 05:35 2008
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Re: Repeatable Hugin crash when deleting a control point.


On 31 Jan 2008 Pete Holzmann said...

>Repeat again. Now, I get the crash when I click on the 
>first element in the list of control points...
>- the first photo of the pair displays ok
>- the second photo name/number shows up in the right 
>hand list... but its associated photo is not displayed 
>before the crash

Further testing.

Don't need the ctrl point list.

I just attempt to view those two particular photos in the ctrl point tab. 
Boom.

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Yuval Levy | 1 Feb 05:42 2008
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Re: autopano-c script test


Thanks for testing, Pete!

Pete Holzmann wrote:
> 1) the vbs was not found. OK, 
>    \media\hugin\bin\autopano-c-complete.vbs...

see bug-correction below.

> 3) OK, time to look at code. Oh. It assumes all apps are on the
>    path. Silly me.

see bug-correction below.

>    Being a tech guy, I know how to set the path in WinXP. 
>    Most people don't. This will need fixing for release ;)

bug-correction. this slipped through the first installer. the one that I 
am fine-tuning now sets the path correctly.

>    My files are in a folder with a space in the folder name.

thanks for the diagnosis.

>    Tried putting quotes around FILENAME (line 95). Didn't help.

you mean line 93? just submitted to SVN (rev2756) and will be part of 
the installer I am currently fine-tuning.

I had to change one of my folder's name to have a space in it :-)

I also added a loop to avoid running multiple instances of generatekeys 
at the same time.

> OK, stuck on this one! Ideas?

Please test again. Installer coming. Or get just the VBS file and place 
it in the hugin/bin folder.
<http://hugin.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/hugin/autopano-sift-C/trunk/autopano-c-complete.vbs?view=log>

thanks
Yuv

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Carl von Einem | 1 Feb 05:46 2008
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Re: MacOSX - Hugin svn2733_20080131 for download


Hi!

Harry van der Wolf wrote:
> 
> Op 31-jan-2008, om 21:21 heeft zarl het volgende geschreven:
> 
>>   The "Step 2" should IMHO ask to download the "autopano-sift MONO
>> binaries (in the download section)"
> 
> I changed it to "Please download..." as that's more friendly, I  
> agree, but actually it is a set of instructions. The user doesn't do  
> me a favor when he/she downloads it. It's for his/her own good.

Yes, but I meant to include the term "autopano-sift MONO binaries" (this 
is how one can identify the right download link) and a little hint where 
to look for it, e.g. something like "(you will find it in the download 
section of Sebastian Nowozin's page)"

  >> Bello... sorry, Lassie
>>
> That's the famous Lassie from TV. Actually "lads and lassies" is  
> "(little) boys and (little) girls"  in scottish dialect.

I knew something was terribly wrong with my interpretation ;-)

Cheers,
Carl

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