libpano13 Log

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[c2996d] (10.3 kB) by Jim Watters

Update to VS 2010

2011-02-10 20:49:06 View
[56c6be] (12.0 kB) by tksharpless

MSVC projects updated
1) add property sheet LocalDefs.vsprops to define local environment symbols for all projects. Can be edited in MSVC to suit your system. Only one there now is WXWIDGETS_HOME.
2) exclude PTAinterpolate from builds, as it references writeProject() in ptpicker.c, which is already excluded from libpano.
3) correct puntuation in the linker properties for PTuncrop.

2010-01-13 19:40:05 View
[26c4fa] (12.1 kB) by jim0watters

Update the Visual Studio projects and solutions
Resolved issue of libpano always recompiling all files even when no source files changed.
Resolved issue of builds use the same names for temporary files, this causes a file in use error on a multicore machines.
Add pano13.lib as a dependency in the tool projects

2010-01-05 22:14:03 View
[ab0eb1] (13.2 kB) by dmg

rebased changes from Jim, except ansi_sys.c

2009-11-12 04:12:26 View
[5136a5] (12.3 kB) by dmg

reverting to revisions 1118 due to compilation errors

2009-11-10 22:33:19 View
[aa925a] (13.2 kB) by jim0watters

Updated Visual Studio Solution and Project files for building libpano and all the tools.

2009-11-08 03:09:24 View
[5f8c6e] (12.3 kB) by jim0watters

Update solution and project files to build MSWin binaries for either Windows or command prompt. Allows same source code to be used for command line tools and Photoshop plug-ins.

2008-01-16 08:11:45 View
[3d423d] (11.2 kB) by jim0watters

Added Max Lyons bug fixes to libpano
Added Max Lyons PTAinterpolate project to replace PTInterpolate
Make file updated but not tested.
Removed duplicate make files for panoinfo and ptoptimizer

2007-12-29 23:11:59 View
[13a57e] (10.3 kB) by dangelo

fixed default output in PTmasker, compile PTroller when using MSVC

2006-12-31 08:38:08 View
[9fed6f] (9.4 kB) by dangelo

make trunk buildable with MSVC 2003. Instructions at:

2006-12-12 15:08:05 View

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