Chair for Computer Aided Medical Procedures & Augmented Reality
Lehrstuhl für Informatikanwendungen in der Medizin & Augmented Reality

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Attendants: Marco Feuerstein, Petar Banov, Sukhbansbir Kaur, Tobias Lasser, Konrad Lindner

Minute Taker: Petar Banov


  • Next meeting Thursday, 11 November, 11 am


  • Sukhbansbir gave a short introduction on Doxygen.
  • Konrad gave a short introduction on Open Inventor.

Setting CVS

  • You have to Download the Tortoise CVS.
  • Go to the preferences of the tool. Start->Programs->TortoiseCVS->Preferences
  • Choose advanced sheet. Set in the field Scanbox: Autodetect(Unix)
  • Go to your Praktikum work directory and press the right mouse button. Choose the CVS Checkout option.
  • Set Protocol: Secure Shell (:ext:)
  • Set Server:
  • Set Repository Folder: /home/shared/cvs/
  • Set Username
  • Set in field Module: "PraktWS04" then press OK
  • The tool asks you two times about your password. After few seconds are all files in the chosen folder.
  • Repeat the whole procedure, only write in Module field: 3rdparty
  • Now you have to set the environment variables: start->settings->control panel->system
  • Choose the advanced sheet and press on environment variables button.
  • In field user variables press on new button.
  • Variable Name: PATH
  • Variable value: copy/paste the full path address of the following folders and separate the paths with “;”:
  • 3rdparty\Coin3D-2.3\bin
  • 3rdparty\Falcon\WIN32\bin
  • 3rdparty\Freeglut-2.2.0\bin
  • 3rdparty\MIL\WIN32\bin
  • 3rdparty\SIMVoleon-2.0.0\bin
  • 3rdparty\Xerces-c_2_5_0\bin
  • Then start the Visual Studio Project in folder: "PraktWS04\CAMPAR\vs\CAMPAR.sln"
  • Build the project.

Action item

  • Please upload presentation files.
  • Check Out CVS.
  • Compile the Project.
  • Send Marco MAC Adresse of PC or Private Notebook.
  • Take your notbook next Thursday.

-- Petar Banov - 5 November 2004

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