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This project contains tools for manipulating X3F files from Sigma cameras. See doc/readme.txt and doc/copyright.txt. ------- COMPILE ------- Download the code. run 'make' <wait> The bin directory contains binaries that can be run directly from the command line. ------------- DISTRIBUTIONS ------------- Alternatively, you can create binaries for multiple platforms by calling: make dist-all as well as the platform specific calls: make dist-osx make dist-32 make dist-64 The distribution will be found in the file dist/x3f_tools-<VER>-<PLATFORM> The <VER> part is either the git hash, or if there is a tag on current commit, that tag. ------- VAGRANT ------- If you don't want to install all the dependencies, you can also install and run in a vagrant. Doing so requires downloading Vagrant from http://www.vagrantup.com. Once you've done so, the commands to run the code are: vagrant up <wait> make A note about cross-compilation in Vagrant: We use the 'strip' command on Windows binaries, but there is a [known issue using strip on virtualbox](https://www.virtualbox.org/ticket/8463). We've found that running `make dist-64` multiple times resolves the issue; that is, the cross compilation may take a few tries to run in Vagrant, but it will work eventually. ----- TESTS ----- If you want to run tests, type: make check The tests require that a python virtual environment be installable on the current system. That precursor can be met either by installing `pip` and `virtualenv` on your local box, or by running through the vagrant. Once that requirement has been met, the makefile will ensure that the other packages are installed properly. The other requirement for the tests is to pull down sample images from the x3f_test_files repository. This is a one-time download of about 90 MB of Sigma images that are used to run tests.