Commit fbc3c563 authored by Guillaume Pasero's avatar Guillaume Pasero

Merge branch 'missing_ref' into release-5.6

parents 30b55712 4cc468a2
...@@ -165,8 +165,6 @@ The recommended procedure is to get this recent source and build GDAL from sourc ...@@ -165,8 +165,6 @@ The recommended procedure is to get this recent source and build GDAL from sourc
--with-rename-internal-libgeotiff-symbol=yes --with-rename-internal-libgeotiff-symbol=yes
\end{verbatim} \end{verbatim}
See section~\ref{sec:gdal} of Software Guide for more information on this issue.
\subsubsection{Errors when compiling internal libkml} \subsubsection{Errors when compiling internal libkml}
The internal version of libkml cannot be compiled when using an external build of ITK. The internal version of libkml cannot be compiled when using an external build of ITK.
See \url{http://bugs.orfeo-toolbox.org/view.php?id=879} for more details. See \url{http://bugs.orfeo-toolbox.org/view.php?id=879} for more details.
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...@@ -47,8 +47,7 @@ configuration. This is the easiest way to start. ...@@ -47,8 +47,7 @@ configuration. This is the easiest way to start.
\end{itemize} \end{itemize}
As shown in figure \ref{fig:CMakeGUI}, CMake has a different interfaces according to your system. As shown in figure \ref{fig:CMakeGUI}, CMake has a different interfaces according to your system.
Refer to section~\ref{sec:compiling-linux} for Linux build instructions, Refer to section~\ref{sec:compiling-linux} for Linux and Mac~OS~X build instructions
\ref{sec:compiling-macosx} for Mac~OS~X,
and \ref{sec:compiling-windows} for Windows. and \ref{sec:compiling-windows} for Windows.
\begin{figure}[tpb] \begin{figure}[tpb]
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...@@ -150,7 +150,7 @@ name of the files to write, but they also encapsulate the corresponding writers. ...@@ -150,7 +150,7 @@ name of the files to write, but they also encapsulate the corresponding writers.
\section{Compile your application} \section{Compile your application}
In order to compile your application you must call the macro \code{OTB\_CREATE\_APPLICATION} in the \emph{CMakelists.txt} file. In order to compile your application you must call the macro \code{OTB\_CREATE\_APPLICATION} in the \emph{CMakelists.txt} file.
This macro generates the lib \emph{otbapp\_XXX.so}, in (OTB\_BINARY\_DIR), where \emph{XXX} refers to the class name. Don't forget to enable application building (see. \ref{sec:ConfiguringOTBwithVTK} section). This macro generates the lib \emph{otbapp\_XXX.so}, in (OTB\_BINARY\_DIR/lib/otb/applications), where \emph{XXX} refers to the class name.
\section{Execute your application} \section{Execute your application}
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