XuvTools is developed in a cooperative effort from:
  • Chair of Pattern Recognition and Image Processing [www]
  • Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research [www]
  • Center for Biological Systems Analysis [www]
 

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devel:compile-win [2010/02/25 12:38]
niko minor: updated link to qmake-bugreport
devel:compile-win [2010/03/04 12:17]
niko warning in case anyone bookmarked this page to use the recent instructions
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 +<note warning>​this is terribly outdated and just here for documentation. use the up-to-date version that is linked in the navigation menu!</​note>​
  
 Prerequisites:​ currently this is Visual Studio 2008 and Qt (see below for Qt build-instructions). In addition, it is heavily recommended to use Intel'​s C++ Compiler for Windows to build XuvTools, and for a more comfortable way a cygwin-installation is heavily recommended. Prerequisites:​ currently this is Visual Studio 2008 and Qt (see below for Qt build-instructions). In addition, it is heavily recommended to use Intel'​s C++ Compiler for Windows to build XuvTools, and for a more comfortable way a cygwin-installation is heavily recommended.
devel/compile-win.txt ยท Last modified: 2010/03/12 11:35 by mario
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