[osg-users] Building DICOM plugin with DCMTK
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Wed Apr 6 10:59:29 PDT 2011
not sure if this is a solution.... but I found dmctk to be too much for
me... so I used itk instead.... the osgdb_dicom.so file built using itk...
what is the main difference in using itk or dmctk?
On Wed, Apr 6, 2011 at 1:48 PM, Chris 'Xenon' Hanson
<xenon at alphapixel.com>wrote:
> I'm investigating osgVolume and the DICOM plugin for a client, and am
> having trouble
> building the DICOM plugin on Windows, VC++2008 (SVN trunk from a couple
> months back:
> 12159, 5:11:17 AM, Friday, February 11, 2011). I built dcmtk-3.6.0
> successfully, and then
> configured all the DCMTK include and lib settings in CMake.
> For example:
> DCMTK_dcmdata_INCLUDE_DIR =
> I presume all of them are necessary. I then generated the solution.
> When I go to build ReaderWriterDICOM.cpp, it fails with:
> 1>.\ReaderWriterDICOM.cpp(27) : fatal error C1083: Cannot open include
> 'dcmtk/dcmdata/dcfilefo.h': No such file or directory
> I have the file:
> In the Additional Include Directories for the Plugins Dicom Project in
> VC++ I see:
> But I don't see any include for
> which should have been DCMTK_dcmdata_INCLUDE_DIR
> Has anyone built the DICOM plugin on Windows recently? Am I missing
> something dumb?
> I'm not actually married to the DICOM plugin, it just seems like that's
> the only way to
> get any sample volume data into osgVolume so I can test what I'm really
> after. If there's
> a sample dataset someone can point me to that wouldn't necessitate using
> the DICOM plugin,
> I'd be happy to avoid the issue altogether.
> Chris 'Xenon' Hanson, omo sanza lettere. Xenon at AlphaPixel.com
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