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Old 25th January 2010, 01:18 PM
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Does anyone know these headers?

Hi, I'm trying to compile a library for an eye tracker (http://andrewd.ces.clemson.edu/tobii/). I have installed a ton of dependencies and fixed some (probably just too old) code, but now I'm stuck. The current errors are:
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glwinobj.cpp:23:24: error: mlib/types.h: No such file or directory
glwinobj.cpp:24:24: error: mlib/array.h: No such file or directory
glwinobj.cpp:25:25: error: mlib/matrix.h: No such file or directory
glwinobj.cpp:26:25: error: mlib/vector.h: No such file or directory
glwinobj.cpp:27:29: error: mlib/quaternion.h: No such file or directory
glwinobj.cpp:29:24: error: imglib/lum.h: No such file or directory
glwinobj.cpp:30:25: error: imglib/rgba.h: No such file or directory
glwinobj.cpp:31:26: error: imglib/smpte.h: No such file or directory
glwinobj.cpp:32:24: error: imglib/pnm.h: No such file or directory
glwinobj.cpp:33:24: error: imglib/ppm.h: No such file or directory
So, that seems clear enough, but I have no idea where to get these headers. Neither yum nor google seem to know about them. Does anyone have a clue?

thanks,
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Old 26th January 2010, 04:55 PM
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This page http://andrewd.ces.clemson.edu/courses/cpsc815/fall03/ indicates that imglib and mlib are something that the professor wrote himself.

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The entire code package relies on several libraries that would normally be stored under the lib/ subdir, which is not provided (that subdir contains my imglib, mlib, and timerlib libraries which are somewhat extraneous to this example. However, as is, the remaining code relies on these and so won't compile without them (it is only an example of how to set up Qt).
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Old 26th January 2010, 05:35 PM
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Oh yeah, I see. I was starting to think it was some personal stuff of his. A bit strange he didn't supply those libraries then, as nobody can compile his example programs without them. I think I'll send him an email then.

Anyway, thanks for your help tashirosgt!
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