Well the thing is I force a check on the standard SDK before attempting to build the j2k library. Apparently it is present on the imorphics cluster. Line 53 of FindECW:
On 21/01/2011 16:32, Octavian Biris wrote:
So I did a little bit of research and the reason imorphics.com<http://imorphics.com>'s compiler can't find atlbase.h is that they are
using Visual Studio Express Edition which does not include the ATL/MFC
proprietary headers. Now would you recommend me writing a module that
tries to find the version of visual studio and the location of this
header? Or is there a method(that I probably don't know about) that
already does that?
It isn't so much that Visual Studio Express doesn't include it but that the standard SDK doesn't include it. (You can get a whole build environment from Microsoft without using Visual studio, express edition or otherwise.) Why does v3p/j2k need access to a GUI level library anyway?
And does the standard CMake Module FindMFC help you at all.
BTW, It is useful to share these discussions on vxl-maintainers, so that other developers can help.