Commit 22382674 authored by Victor Poughon's avatar Victor Poughon

DOC: remove monteverdi readme

parent cb7581cb
Monteverdi was developed 4 years ago in order to provide an integrated
application for capacity building activities (teaching, simple image
manipulation, etc.). Its success went far beyond this initial scope since it
opened the OTB world to a wide range of users who needed a ready to use
graphical tool more than a library of components to write their own processing
chain. With this 4 years of lifetime, we have a lot of feedbacks regarding how
useful the tool was, but also regarding what should be improved to move toward
greater usability and operationnality.
We therefore decided to rework the Monteverdi concept into a brand new software,
enlightened by this experience.
Here are suggested steps for the Monteverdi beginner.
1) Get the software.
http://orfeo-toolbox.org/otb/download.html
2) The software is compiled using CMake http://www.cmake.org. CMake
generates Makefiles on Unix platforms, and Windows workspaces (or
appropriate) build files according to your compiler, operating
system, and other system variables.
Create a binary directory, and then run cmake. Provide to CMake
the source directory of Monteverdi and the binary directory that you
just created.
Monteverdi depends on OTB. You have to fill up the OTB_DIR variable with the
location of the compiled OTB. If you use ccmake or cmake-gui, you have an
interface to enter the value.
Please submit bug reports using the OTB bug tracker at:
http://bugs.orfeo-toolbox.org
You can get support :
1. Using the OTB community site at http://orfeo-toolbox.org/
2. Joining the otb-users mailing list at http://groups.google.com/group/otb-users
Monteverdi source code is available at http://hg.orfeo-toolbox.org/Monteverdi
There is many ways to join us in the OTB adventure and the more people
contribute, the better the library is for everybody! See at
http://www.orfeo-toolbox.org/otb/contribute.html
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