[gdal-dev] is MrSid SDK (220.127.116.117) supported by GDAL
collinsb at mitre.org
Tue Dec 2 09:35:12 EST 2008
My initial tests on win32 indicate that yes, MrSID DSDK v7 does work with GDAL (1.5) with no source mods. My test image was RGB 3-band unsigned short.
The locations of the header files has changed, though, so a windows build should now have this more simple option in the nmake.opt:
MRSID_INCLUDE = -I$(MRSID_DIR)\include
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> bounces at lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf Of Stephen Woodbridge
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> Subject: [gdal-dev] is MrSid SDK (18.104.22.1687) supported by GDAL
> Hi all,
> Quick question, Is MrSid SDK (22.214.171.1247) supported by GDAL?
> As indicated by the release notes 4. there are fixes to the JP2 readers
> and I'm wondering if that might resolve my JP2 issue since I'm
> on: MrSid SDK 126.96.36.1997
> Release Notes for SDK (188.8.131.527)
> 1. *** API CHANGE *** As described in the Porting Guide
> section of the User Manual, breaking changes have been
> introduced to the API, in order to address the needs of
> more flexible workflows and pipelines in applications.
> This will require small changes to existing code.
> 2. The LTIOFileStream class now support +2GB files. The
> LTIOFileStream64 class has been removed.
> 3. The mix of supported platforms has been updated. See
> platforms.txt for details.
> 4. A number of bugs have been fixed in the JP2 and NITF
> readers and writers.
> 5. Small performance improvements have been made in many
> areas of the code.
> 6. Member functions that are not documented (or are
> explicitly marked as LizardTech-only) should in general
> not be used by third-party developers.
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