Wes G. wrote:
Jeff C.man wrote:
Thanks bobes, I’ll consider that option!
In the meantime, does anybody know anything about installing
ImageScience to use it locally on Windows and remotely on Linux?
Did you figure this out at all? I am trying to get FreeImage working on
my machine, and I’ve got the RubyInline attempting to compile whatever C
code ImageScience throws at it, but I get compilation errors during that
Any info. would be appreciated.
Jeff or Wes,
Did either of you find out on getting FreeImage working locally on
windows XP environment? I have looked at tutorials online, and it seems
quite mystical in terms of how to set up FreeImage. I placed the
freeimage.dll in the windows directory and loaded up it up using
I get a freeimage.dll was loaded, but the DllRegisterServer entry point
was not found. This file cannot be registered. I’m not even sure if
this is the right way to do it.
If either of you could provide some isight on this, that would be great.