It’s been a long waiting, Ha!
Now Removu S1 supports Mac OS X with their new Mac OS X app. Sure it made with native codes with llvm-gcc and FLTK 1.3.4-1-ts of my git clone, thanks anyway.
It was started from their Windows based (actually made with M$VS C# and
WTF… no! WPF ? whatever sucks strange GUI hmm … dot NET ?, you know what it is, actually I can not sure) but I couldn’t made anything with their Chinses commented source code, ever. Because it was only runs on Windows, and serial communicating not compatibled with any POSIX, ahh … what a beautiful situation, hugh ?
So I made it whole codes from my open sources, try to make communicate with S1 device on Mac OS X and Linux for while, and I need cold reboot MUCH times by goddam Silicon Labs’ MotherFather driver ( holy sheeeeet thanks to them ), And actually had success to match the argument of S1 packets, it was really hard way.
Now Mac OS X users may understand my previous blurred effect graphics, Just enjoy !
I was made it with Mint Linux, but Essel-T seems not planned to support Linux, that’s so sad news.
There maybe many different ways to detect depth of object, but it depends on reflecting signal intense to indentifying the changing of trace.
So I am now making a new fast and ineffective algorithm with these steps, gamma, median and applying my own algorithm of edge enhancement, then muxing it’em all with source original signals to complete image. Testing was completed in integer world, and planned to step next for floating points.
Damit, it’s again.
Almost of my android devices not synchroizes local files and PC connected.
Dam slow, dam unsueful, much sucks than Apple ever !
MSYS is a very useful shell emulation for Windows as like POSIX and MinGW/MinGW-W64 for help many developers can build almost of source codes for POSIX targets. It may strong POSIX shell like desktop application ever than any other shell emualtor like CYGWIN in personally.
For a long term to using MSYS, I had tired old school shaped icon, so I made an icon as like above image.
Source is here ( a PNG image file ), resolution is 512x512x32bit.
And converted ICO that contains 16×16 to 256×256 here, just download or save as new file.
And here more for modified SH.EXE (version 22.214.171.124) that contains my icon as internal resouce. Just overwrite your SH.EXE with mine (and back up ytour previsoud version of SH.EXE to SH.EXE.ORIGIN or SH.EX_ .. )
Here’s some easy way to know my gcc support what version of OpenMP in compiling level.
First, type this to your shell ( not Windows )
echo | cpp -fopenmp -dM | grep -i open
You may see one of these.
- 200505 = version 2.5
- 200805 = version 3.0
- 201107 = version 3.1
- 201307 = version 4.0
- 201511 = verison 4.5
Or trying to make a complete code with Makefile with my source: omptest
Extract omptest.zip to anywhere able to approach with bash (or MSYS, MinGW shell too), then move to position where you been extract.
Just type make. A test named executabled binary (or test.exe if your system is Windows) may genertated, then jsut run it.
You may see what version of OpenMP supported by your gcc compiler.