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Re: [help-GIFT] Problem with

From: varma . s
Subject: Re: [help-GIFT] Problem with
Date: Wed, 19 Dec 2007 20:36:12 +0200


Thanks for your email

The  attached files contains output before  the error,and second one  when i start the gift server.

I try to  indexed 83 images in 3 sets each .Do I need to change . Can you please send recent version of gift to me i am working on suse 10.1 gift-0.0.15b at present.


On Dec 19, 2007 7:04 PM, Henning Müller < address@hidden> wrote:

I use suse and gift works well.

The values in the feature files are not meant to be read, so do not
worry about weird values.

Your error looks as if there are no features, otherwise I have no idea.
There were not dependencies or error messages during the installation?
How do you know that the server works well if you cannot index a
collection? Without a colelction indexed you cannot test the interfaces,
How many images do you try to index?
Can you send the output before the error happens and not only the small bit?

Cheers, Henning

varma.s a écrit :
> Hello All,
> I  tried gift from long time so upset with all the issues. Is any one
> success
> I am using version is gift-0.1.15b
> gift-prerequisites-0.11
> Using SUSE LINUX 10.1
> I installed all required packages and apache for php client and java for
> Charmer none are worked for me. am i doing wrong or is the problem with
> gift version or my  linux
> Is  any one workedon Suse or Can Change to any other Linux distrubution
> I heard that Fedora will work well. Which version i have to use?
>  Now  gift server is working fine,When I try to add to
> the fallowing errors i got it in
> /usr/local/bin/ .Check the attached files for
> reference.
> The  errors is
> -------------------
> Opening sorted stream for reading. State (should be '1'): 0xbf8ea43c
> [inFeatureID:4/0;inPosition:16/0==0]20
> Writing Chunk for Feature ID 0. The Offset is 0x0=0
> The collection frequency is: inf
> gift-generate-inverted-file: bool
> CInvertedFileChunk::writeBinary(std::ostream&, TID, size_t) const:
> Assertion `!"collection frequency out of range"' failed.
> Copying /root/gift-config.mrml to /root/gift-config.mrml-old
> XML::DOM::Attr=ARRAY(0x89e32dc)
> Can't locate object method "getAttribute" via package "XML::DOM::Attr"
> at /usr/local/bin/gift- line 796, <LOCALELIST> line 264
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> (2) And when I tried to  indexing from my images folder to extract
> features I type the command as add  gift-add-collection. pl, after
> adding in gift-prerequisistes and when i ched gift-indexing
> data its giving from images of 176X144 pixels  .PPM IMAGE the values
> like 1 671.916 2466.25 in .tts_ADI files after indexin
> Unable to understand these values  am I doing wrong way or in what way I
> will index my images  what exatly i have to do get Features after
> indexing .
> On Dec 19, 2007 3:14 PM, Henning Müller <address@hidden
> <mailto:address@hidden>> wrote:
>     Dear Coolnsmile,
>     There is only the documentation that comes in the packages, nothing else
>     more formal on the system. The add-collection script has a help option
>     that gives a detailed instruction.
>     There are several articles available from the
>     <> pages that
>     describe the system and how it works and why these features were
>     chosen.
>      Look at the articles from 1999-2001.
>     This mailing list archive has also some responses to questions.
>     Otherwise you would need to give a detailed description of your problem,
>     including version of gift, linux distribution and version and a
>     detailed
>     error description. With this, there is a high chance that you will
>     receive an answer within a few days.
>     Cheers, Henning
>     address@hidden <mailto:address@hidden> a écrit :
>      > hello,
>      >
>      > is there any documentation for gift, i am  stuck with errors
>      can't going further. pls. help need.
>      >
>      > Thanks
>      >
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