[SOLVED] Do the Windows binary releases contain Magick++?

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[SOLVED] Do the Windows binary releases contain Magick++?

Post by dan9er » 2019-10-13T14:48:24-07:00

I've been trying to compile Magick++ and although I can get a .lib file, I'm getting trouble when trying to build anything with it. I'm wondering if I can just install them via https://imagemagick.org/script/download.php.
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Re: Do the Windows binary releases contain Magick++?

Post by dan9er » 2019-10-16T18:03:14-07:00

Hello? This is a simple question. Why hasn't anybody spoken up in 3 days?

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Re: Do the Windows binary releases contain Magick++?

Post by snibgo » 2019-10-16T18:58:02-07:00

If I knew the answer, I'd happily tell you.

At the binary installation, there is a option for "Install development headers and libraries for C and C++". I've never tried this, and don't know if it provides whatever your build tools need.

Perhaps you can try it, and tell us if it works?
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Re: [SOLVED] Do the Windows binary releases contain Magick++?

Post by dan9er » 2019-11-01T14:43:18-07:00

Yes, the -dll versions do contain that option. Thanks!

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