In a different email to me, you said you are using r32878. There
was an issue initially, but it was fixed in r26761 for Windows, and
r26820 for all platforms.
Do you have any modified files in your VXL source tree?
Have you tried deleting your vxl_config.h from your build tree, and
Also make sure you don't have a vxl_config.h in your *source* tree.
This can happen if the user accidently does an in-source
configuration. If this happens, it's very difficult to undo. :-/
On 11/10/2011 10:14 PM, Ho Cheung wrote:
That is what we have been doing. However, this is not
a very good fix because we would like to have an automated way to
Does anyone understand what the issue causing VXL_USE_WIN_WCHAR_T
not to be defined to 0 or 1 is?
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On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 6:20 PM, Peter
In that case, the easiest fix is to manually add "0" at the
end of this line.
Ho Cheung <firstname.lastname@example.org
> This is at the bottom of vxl_config.h:231:
> #define VXL_USE_WIN_WCHAR_T