After installing and compiling ImageMagick-6.7.6-1, I intended to create a simple Command-Line project to test for a successful integration. I have tried adding the ImageMagick files to the project - both selecting "Copy Items into destination's group folder" and not. All I have done is to try to build the default "Hello World" app with #include <Magick++.h> added to the main.cpp file. The resulting issues (which prevent even that simple program to run) all indicate header files that cannot be found. The only one for the main.cpp file indicates
(This is the case for either angled bracket or quoted include statements.) The other issues are for all the coder module files (e.g. bmp.c) which indicateMagick++.h file not found
All these files are within the ImageMagick-6.7.6-1 folder. Generally Xcode searches within the folders added to projects. I have tried adding the file path to the various search paths. I can get the coder module file issues to disappear by removing those file references from the Compile Sources list, but I think I will need some of this functionality.magick/studio.h file not found
Is there anyone who has successfully added ImageMagick, and especially Magick++ to an Xcode project as an external library who might be able to steer me in the right direction? I have spent hours trying to find answers and have yet to get down to the real coding I need to do. Any suggestions would be appreciated.