nip2 - a user interface for the VIPS image processing library
nip2 is a GUI for the VIPS image processing library. It's a little like a spreadsheet: you create a set of formula connecting your objects together, and on a change nip2 recalculates.
You can probably install nip2 via your package manager. For Windows and OS X, you can download a binary from the nip2 releases area. Only read on if you want to compile yourself from source.
Building nip2 from source
In the nip2 directory you should just be able to do:
$ ./configure $ make $ sudo make install
By default this will install files to
See the Dependencies section below for a list of the things that nip2 needs in order to be able to build.
If you downloaded from GIT you'll need:
first to build the configure system.
nip2 needs vips, gtk2 and libxml2 at runtime and flex/bison at compile time.
If you have fftw3, gsl, goffice, libgvc you get extra optional, but useful, features.
production build with
debug build with
CFLAGS="-g -Wall" ./configure --prefix=/home/john/vips
(--enable-debug turns on and off automatically with development / production minor version numbers)
export G_DEBUG=gc-friendly export G_SLICE=always-malloc valgrind --suppressions=/home/john/nip2.supp \ --leak-check=yes \ nip2 ... > nip2-vg.log 2>&1
memory access check
valgrind --suppressions=/home/john/nip2.supp \ --leak-check=no --db-attach=yes \ nip2 ... > nip2-vg.log 2>&1
or put "--suppressions=/home/john/nip2.supp" into ~/.valgrindrc
valgrind --tool=callgrind \ --suppressions=/home/john/nip2.supp \ nip2 ... > nip2-vg.log 2>&1
Disclaimer: No guarantees of performance accompany this software, nor is any responsibility assumed on the part of the authors. Please read the licence agreement.
Rebuild snap with:
Though it's done automatically on a push.