I have downloaded IVT library ( Integrating Vision Toolkit), I made my app dependent on this library ( as DSP project in VC6.0) , I can partially compile the app because I get “permission denied” when I get to #include preprocessor statement.
I have checked the directory permissions and I have grayed out “read only” checked in IVT directory.
All of the sources I used so far said that such grayed out “read only” checked ( in XP) does not make any difference (?) when directories are involved.
All of my app directories have that grayed out “read only” checked and I have no problem including other (OpenCV) libraries.
I am tempted to recopy / re-download the IVT files , but would like to hear from the forum what is going on here.
Appreciate any advise.
Here is the real code snippet
I must be doing something really stupid.
Do I have to create my own parent #include file ( such as stdafx.h) with all the other headers or is it a time to learn how to use CMake?
I'm not sure what you mean, the two are not connected. Using pre-compiled headers via stdafx.h merely helps to reduce the compile time of your source files, but you still need to #include all the individual header files. I have used make in the past and it is a good system, but I don't think it offers any advantages when you are creating Windows applications. Using the VS build system will do all you need.
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