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Re: OsiriX [Was: environment]

From: Philip G Batchelor
Subject: Re: OsiriX [Was: environment]
Date: Sun, 14 Aug 2011 12:19:43 +0100
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Thanks for the suggestions,

inbetween I had googled a bit, and I was considering two options:

Option 1: somebody tried and had that problem
so maybe try the suggested solution (although apparently it led to further problems down the line--and it's a while ago).

Option 2: I found libkern/OSByteOrder.h online, as part of Chameleon which seems to be abooloader?
I check it out, in case of.

So I'll add the two suggested Options to that of:

Option 3: trying to replace with NSByteOrder

Option 4: asking OsiriX developers, and indeed the problem is now more of an OsiriX one.

I guess I'll try them all, maybe starting with 2 (although typing 'make' just nearly froze my PC...) as it shouldn't require changing the actual code. (But NSByteOrder sounds better in long term).


On 14/08/11 11:44, David Chisnall wrote:
On 14 Aug 2011, at 11:05, Philip G Batchelor wrote:

(For the moment, Osirix compilation fails at  'libkern/OSByteOrder.h: No such 
file or directory' but that was a first attempt,
I'll try more).
The OSByteOrder stuff is more or less the same as the NSByteOrder stuff, so it 
should be relatively simple to rewrite it to use NSByteOrder.  No idea why 
they'd use the libkern interfaces - they're only meant to be used for low-level 
things that can't link against Foundation.


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