64-bit compilation guide,
villalel at umdnj.edu
Thu Jun 7 09:38:10 EDT 2012
Thank you very much for the document. I was able to compile it for 32 bits using Mingwin and got quite a few troubles because of the many dependencies. People in my group are now working with Ubuntu
, which we install in Windows with Oracle Virtual Box, but we may still need binaries to give it to others (like physician) who do not want to bother about installing Ubuntu.
From: openslide-users-bounces+villalel=umdnj.edu at lists.andrew.cmu.edu [mailto:openslide-users-bounces+villalel=umdnj.edu at lists.andrew.cmu.edu] On Behalf Of Yves Sucaet
Sent: Thursday, June 07, 2012 3:40 AM
To: OpenSlide Users
Subject: 64-bit compilation guide,
This is how we did it. Agelos Pappas is the person in our team that figured out all the details and that eventually should be credited for the effort.
Comments and suggestions welcome (please use track changes).
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