Libtiff

The current libtiff site is http://www.remotesensing.org/libtiff/; libtiff.org is now years out of date. Modest support continues; there is a mailing list managed by Frank Warmerdam, on behalf the Open Source Geospatial Foundation, OSGeo.

The current version of libtiff is 4.0.3, released in September of 2012, available at http://www.remotesensing.org/libtiff/. The GnuWin32 version is derived from libtiff 3.8.2, which was released in March 2007. So far as I know it has not been tested with Radiance.

Hunh.

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Randolph M. Fritz

It may be years out of date, but that installer works. It allows us to build ra_tiff for Windows, and last time I checked on that platform, the executable does what it's supposed to do.

- Rob

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-----Original Message-----
From: Randolph M. Fritz (i) [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Friday, June 21, 2013 11:54 AM
To: [email protected]
Subject: [Radiance-dev] Libtiff

The current libtiff site is http://www.remotesensing.org/libtiff/;
libtiff.org is now years out of date. Modest support continues; there is a mailing list managed by Frank Warmerdam, on behalf the Open Source Geospatial Foundation, OSGeo.

The current version of libtiff is 4.0.3, released in September of 2012, available at http://www.remotesensing.org/libtiff/. The GnuWin32 version is derived from libtiff 3.8.2, which was released in March 2007. So far as I know it has not been tested with Radiance.

Hunh.
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Guglielmetti, Robert <Robert.Guglielmetti@...> writes:

It may be years out of date, but that installer works. It allows us to

build ra_tiff for Windows, and last time

I checked on that platform, the executable does what it's supposed to do.

Good, good. But it does perpetuate whatever bugs were in that fairly old
version of libtiff. This is not a priority for me--I wrote that up so that
we would have it for reference--but it might be worth looking into in the
future.

Randolph

Hi Randolph,

You can use the sources included in the auxiliary files, or you can use any distribution of libtiff that has a libtiff/tif_luv.c file dated on or after March 2006.

-Greg

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From: "Randolph M. Fritz (i)" <[email protected]>
Date: June 21, 2013 10:54:05 AM PDT

The current libtiff site is http://www.remotesensing.org/libtiff/; libtiff.org is now years out of date. Modest support continues; there is a mailing list managed by Frank Warmerdam, on behalf the Open Source Geospatial Foundation, OSGeo.

The current version of libtiff is 4.0.3, released in September of 2012, available at http://www.remotesensing.org/libtiff/. The GnuWin32 version is derived from libtiff 3.8.2, which was released in March 2007. So far as I know it has not been tested with Radiance.

Hunh.
--
Randolph M. Fritz

I tend to compile Radiance against the native libtiff-dev under LINUX. This
only requires a slight mod to three or four lines in the px/Rmake file.
Have never had any problems, but off the top of my head, I reckon ra_tiff
is the only executable that I use which relies on libtiff.

Axel

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On 21 June 2013 23:09, Gregory J. Ward <[email protected]> wrote:

Hi Randolph,

You can use the sources included in the auxiliary files, or you can use
any distribution of libtiff that has a libtiff/tif_luv.c file dated on or
after March 2006.

-Greg

> From: "Randolph M. Fritz (i)" <[email protected]>
> Date: June 21, 2013 10:54:05 AM PDT
>
> The current libtiff site is http://www.remotesensing.org/libtiff/;
libtiff.org is now years out of date. Modest support continues; there is
a mailing list managed by Frank Warmerdam, on behalf the Open Source
Geospatial Foundation, OSGeo.
>
> The current version of libtiff is 4.0.3, released in September of 2012,
available at http://www.remotesensing.org/libtiff/. The GnuWin32 version
is derived from libtiff 3.8.2, which was released in March 2007. So far as
I know it has not been tested with Radiance.
>
> Hunh.
> --
> Randolph M. Fritz
>

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Hey Aksel,

Could you share the modifications you made? I could add them to the CMake files for those users who want to build on Linux and use these libs...

- Rob

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From: Axel Jacobs [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Monday, June 24, 2013 1:30 AM
To: code development
Subject: Re: [Radiance-dev] Libtiff

I tend to compile Radiance against the native libtiff-dev under LINUX. This only requires a slight mod to three or four lines in the px/Rmake file. Have never had any problems, but off the top of my head, I reckon ra_tiff is the only executable that I use which relies on libtiff.
Axel

On 21 June 2013 23:09, Gregory J. Ward <[email protected]<mailto:[email protected]>> wrote:
Hi Randolph,

You can use the sources included in the auxiliary files, or you can use any distribution of libtiff that has a libtiff/tif_luv.c file dated on or after March 2006.

-Greg

From: "Randolph M. Fritz (i)" <[email protected]<mailto:randolph%[email protected]>>
Date: June 21, 2013 10:54:05 AM PDT

The current libtiff site is http://www.remotesensing.org/libtiff/; libtiff.org<http://libtiff.org> is now years out of date. Modest support continues; there is a mailing list managed by Frank Warmerdam, on behalf the Open Source Geospatial Foundation, OSGeo.

The current version of libtiff is 4.0.3, released in September of 2012, available at http://www.remotesensing.org/libtiff/. The GnuWin32 version is derived from libtiff 3.8.2, which was released in March 2007. So far as I know it has not been tested with Radiance.

Hunh.
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Rob,

I simply remove all references to libtiff. This works for me, but I'm
not sure if this is the 'proper' way of doing this. Could somebody
else comment?

Also: I never do anything more exotic than ra_tiff. I equally have to
admit that I don't know what --enable and --disable options libtiff is
compiled with on Debian/Fedora etc.

Cheers

Axel

$ diff ray/src/px/Rmakefile ray-HEAD-20130404/src/px/Rmakefile
50d49
< cd tiff; make distclean
126c125
< ra_tiff: ra_tiff.o ../lib/libtiff.a

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---

ra_tiff: ra_tiff.o

129,133c128
< ../common/tiff.h ../common/tiffio.h: ../lib/libtiff.a
< @chmod u+w ../common/tiff.h ../common/tiffio.h
< @touch ../common/tiff.h ../common/tiffio.h
<
< normtiff: normtiff.o ../lib/libtiff.a
---

normtiff: normtiff.o

135,144d129
<
< ../lib/libtiff.a:
< cd tiff ; ./configure -C -quiet -with-CC=$(CC) \
< "--libdir=`pwd`/../../lib" "--includedir=`pwd`/../../common" \
< --enable-static --disable-shared --disable-cxx \
< --enable-logluv --disable-jpeg \
< --disable-zlib --disable-pixarlog \
< "-with-ENVOPTS=$(OPT)" ; \
< cd port ; make all ; \
< cd ../libtiff ; make install

On 24 June 2013 16:51, Guglielmetti, Robert <[email protected]> wrote:

Hey Aksel,

Could you share the modifications you made? I could add them to the CMake
files for those users who want to build on Linux and use these libs…

- Rob

From: Axel Jacobs [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Monday, June 24, 2013 1:30 AM
To: code development
Subject: Re: [Radiance-dev] Libtiff

I tend to compile Radiance against the native libtiff-dev under LINUX. This
only requires a slight mod to three or four lines in the px/Rmake file. Have
never had any problems, but off the top of my head, I reckon ra_tiff is the
only executable that I use which relies on libtiff.

Axel

On 21 June 2013 23:09, Gregory J. Ward <[email protected]> wrote:

Hi Randolph,

You can use the sources included in the auxiliary files, or you can use any
distribution of libtiff that has a libtiff/tif_luv.c file dated on or after
March 2006.

-Greg

From: "Randolph M. Fritz (i)" <[email protected]>
Date: June 21, 2013 10:54:05 AM PDT

The current libtiff site is http://www.remotesensing.org/libtiff/;
libtiff.org is now years out of date. Modest support continues; there is a
mailing list managed by Frank Warmerdam, on behalf the Open Source
Geospatial Foundation, OSGeo.

The current version of libtiff is 4.0.3, released in September of 2012,
available at http://www.remotesensing.org/libtiff/. The GnuWin32 version is
derived from libtiff 3.8.2, which was released in March 2007. So far as I
know it has not been tested with Radiance.

Hunh.
--
Randolph M. Fritz

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