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PostPosted: Thu, 2017-07-13, 18:53 
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I plan on implementing continuous builds, based off of new commits of DCMTK. To do so, I need a stable snapshot of every support library.

I made a repo to build all the support libraries for win32 and win64. It uses Docker, so it is very repeatable.

Here is my first release.

https://github.com/pauldotknopf/dcmtk-b ... /release-1

Can someone look over the libraries and build scripts, and verify that I am not missing any libraries or flags? Also, are all the versions of the support libraries I compiled supported by DCMTK?

Here are the build scripts for each product/platform.

https://github.com/pauldotknopf/dcmtk-b ... er/scripts

Once I get confirmation, I will setup a public CI server that will monitor your git repo for new commits, and auto deploy windows dev kits (lib/headers), as well as binaries (storescp, etc).


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PostPosted: Fri, 2017-07-14, 09:24 
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We have exactly that (continuous integration, implementation details are different) up and running for quite some time now, but did not make it official yet. The last step I did was to automate creation of the support libraries for win32 and win64 ;-). Maybe we can merge our approaches, but I'm quite busy right now releasing 3.6.2, maybe next week?


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