Using ITK in Qt Creator issue
I've searched here and there, followed suggstion on itk-users mailing list but itkImage.h header is still not found.
I compiled and installed latest ITK (4.5.1), using MSVC 2010 64bit compiler. I created a plain C++ project and copied code for ITK Hello World program.
Thanks for your help.
Qt Creator project file: http://pastebin.com/3pGLjbNw
main.cpp : http://pastebin.com/9kzp3tkd
Compilation result : http://pastebin.com/BUpt1pK3
Maybe a stupid question but: is itkImage.h really in C:/ITK/include/ITK-4.5 and not in a further subdirectory ?
Well, before giving up and switch to CMakeLists.txt format...
After compiling VTK, ITK with vtkGlue enabled, I still have troubles, and yes file is where stated, SGaist.
@ITKCommon-4.5.lib(itkDynamicLoader.obj):-1: error: LNK2019: unresolved external symbol "public: static struct HINSTANCE__ * cdecl itksys::DynamicLoader::OpenLibrary(char const *)" (?OpenLibrary@DynamicLoader@itksys@@SAPEAUHINSTANCE@@PEBD@Z) referenced in function "public: static struct HINSTANCE__ * cdecl itk::DynamicLoader::OpenLibrary(char const *)" (?OpenLibrary@DynamicLoader@itk@@SAPEAUHINSTANCE@@PEBD@Z)@
File not found: ITKCommon-4.5.lib(itkDynamicLoader.obj)
It’s really strange because I didn’t modify the directories paths and the files are there as expected.
My .pro file, again:
Pass information to Qmake (include path)
INCLUDEPATH += $$PWD/../../../../../../ITK/include/ITK-4.5
DEPENDPATH += $$PWD/../../../../../../ITK/include/ITK-4.5
Pass information to Qmake (lib path)
#QMAKE_LIBDIR += \
Pass information to Qmake (link against)
win32: LIBS += -L$$PWD/../../../../../../ITK/lib/
[… list of libs]
My ITK folder is in C:
$$PWD shoud refer to C:\Dev\Projects\MyProject\HelloItk\qmake\HelloItk folder where I have the .pro file.
So why are there 6 “../” instructions in path to climb up, rather than 5 ones ? If I put only 5 “../”, it won’t find itkImage.h.
I guess I have libs references not in correct order.
Something's not clear, do you have both symbols and library not found ? Or only symbols ?
Also, you should rather give the absolute path to ITK rather than relative, it will be cleaner and you'll be sure to point to the correct folders
I may give a new try soon, will keep you posted.