[osg-users] broken osgconv.exe
mourad.boufarguine at gmail.com
Wed Nov 25 01:24:52 PST 2009
I downloaded the osg precompiled package you are using
and I checked that indeed, the osgdb_ive.dll depends on a zlib1.dll that was
compiled with VS 2005 SP1 (which is weird). I presume it is also the case of
libpng, curl and tiff.
So, to move on, you have to recompile osg from the sources using the vc90
dependencies, or install the VC++ 2005 redistribuable packages (there are
two if my memory serves me right ), I think you didn't install the 2005 *SP1
* redistribuable package
On Tue, Nov 24, 2009 at 9:03 PM, ted morris wrote:
> Yes, I think I resolved finding the 3rdparty dependencies. But for some
> reason, the osgdb_xxx pluggins listed in the last e-mail:
> dependencywalker shows that these pluggin dlls are still looking for
> MSVCR80.DLL *and* MSVCR90.DLL
> And the other pluggins can't find MSVCR90.DLL.
> Well, I tried dependencywalker.com and opened up the pluggins.
> On Mon, Nov 23, 2009 at 7:24 PM, Mourad Boufarguine <> wrote:
>> Hi Ted,
>> You can use the Dependency Walker (http://www.dependencywalker.com/) to
>> check the version number of the runtime, the dependencies were compiled
>> I just tried it with the zlib and png dlls contained in "VisualStudio 9
>> (2008) SP1" prebuild dependencies (
>> and I found that the release versions were compiled with the 9.0.30729
>> runtime, which is actually "2008 SP1". The debug version, though, was
>> compiled with the 9.0.21022 runtime , which is the "2008" runtime. The zlib
>> is used in both ive and gz plugins. I don't see how you get the message
>> about the 2005 runtime dependency. Double check in the "output" window of VS
>> that the zlib and png dlls that are actually loaded are the good ones.
>> On Tue, Nov 24, 2009 at 1:21 AM, ted morris <> wrote:
>>> credist_x86 VisualStudio 2005 (v8) runtimes
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