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by Kumar Ashutosh last modified Jun 27, 2010 06:33 AM
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Refrence Software

Posted by Kumar Ashutosh at December 02. 2008
Hi Can any One Provide me the refrence Software because the refrence software i am using doesn't Compile.

Re: Refrence Software

Posted by Christian Timmerer at December 02. 2008
Which reference software are you referring to? -Christian

Re: Refrence Software

Posted by Marco Bertini at December 02. 2008
Kumar, are you talking about the MPEG-7 XM software that can be found here: http://standards.iso.org/ittf/PubliclyAvailableStandards/index.html ? I compiled almost everything (C035364e Electronic inserts) on my OSX 10.5, using the GCC that is provided with the developer tools, so I think it can be compiled also under Linux. Anyway I had to change several parts of the original source code, that apparently was written for older implementations of C++ (e.g. several classes were declared as friend using the notation: "friend Foo;" instead of "friend class Foo;"). There were several other tricks, but a relatively shallow knowledge of C++ and the help of Google should suffice. At present I'm a little bit busy but I will provide the diff of mypatched code and post it here.

Re: Refrence Software

Posted by Kumar Ashutosh at December 02. 2008
reference software i am referring to is the XM reference software for MPEG-7 available at the given link http://standards.iso.org/ittf/PubliclyAvailableStandards/index.html Thanks Marco, Please post/upload the code, or mail me the same at ashutosh2k1@gmail.com, i'll try to compile the same on Linux. Also, since I am using VC++ 6.0, it would be great if someone who had success in compiling the code on VC could enlighten me in this regard.

Re: Refrence Software

Posted by Rodrigo Carvalho at May 15. 2009

Previously Marco Bertini wrote:

Kumar, are you talking about the MPEG-7 XM software that can be found here: http://standards.iso.org/ittf/PubliclyAvailableStandards/index.html ? I compiled almost everything (C035364e Electronic inserts) on my OSX 10.5, using the GCC that is provided with the developer tools, so I think it can be compiled also under Linux. Anyway I had to change several parts of the original source code, that apparently was written for older implementations of C++ (e.g. several classes were declared as friend using the notation: "friend Foo;" instead of "friend class Foo;"). There were several other tricks, but a relatively shallow knowledge of C++ and the help of Google should suffice. At present I'm a little bit busy but I will provide the diff of mypatched code and post it here.

Hey Marco, is it possible for you to share your patch of the code here? I'm trying to compile the reference software in windows, but since I have very limited experience with C++ I am having a little difficulty with the errors the compiler presents. Cheers

Re: Refrence Software

Posted by auro tripathy at June 27. 2010
The link below has info on the XN software CVS server but requires a password http://www.lis.ei.tum.de/index.php?id=131 Any ideas on what the password is?? CVS SERVER ACCESS INFORMATION The primary source repository for the MPEG-7 Reference Software (XM Software) is the CVS server located at Warsaw University. To access the repository login to the server as follows: cvs -d :pserver:mpeg7-xm@tiger.ire.pw.edu.pl:/mpeg7-xm login or in any IDE select: host: tiger.ire.pw.edu.pl repository path: /mpeg7-xm user: mpeg7-xm password: ***current MPEG meeting password*** connection type: pserver port: default (2401) The XM resides in newsrc directory.
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