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]


Common build notes

XuvTools includes all nonstandard thirdparty libraries that it relies on. It uses qmake for configuration, so you need a recent Qt library. Compiling Qt is described alongside the compilation notes for your platform. XuvTools compiles on many platforms and architectures, so you should expect it to “just work”. We have tested at least the following build systems: Linux Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy), MacOS 10.6 (Snow Leopard) with XCode 3.2, and Windows XP Professional x64 with Visual Studio 2008 and the Intel Compiler. XuvTools can not (yet) be compiled with Visual Studio 2010, due to some problems with the Visual Studio 2010 compiler.

Development Documentation

General Development and Testing Resources

Project Plan

A scratch collection of long-term goals, sub-projects and targets for the XuvTools project are outlined below. This is not a fixed list, but rather a place to collect ideas for reference in the decision process.

Concepts, Documents, Guidelines: all the Details

The following links are most likely useful to developers only, but are visible to everyone:

Internal Development Resources

The following resources are ment for developers only. They can only be shared with non-developers upon request, and with explicit permission of the corresponding author. Please do not distribute them. No tools or resources in this section are required to compile or use XuvTools.

devel/development.txt · Last modified: 2010/10/26 20:13 by mario
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