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INSTALLATION
============

Quick start for Debian/Linux installing libbiosig:

# Compile-Time Requirements
        apt-get install libb64-dev
   optional:
        apt-get install libsuitesparse-dev zlib1g-dev libtinyxml-dev libdcmtk-dev


# Runtime requirements
	apt-get install libb64 zlib1g
    optional:
        apt-get install libsuitesparse libtinyxml libdcmtk8


# Installation (for users):
  download source release and run

	VER=1.9.2
        wget https://sourceforge.net/projects/biosig/files/BioSig\ for\ C_C\+\+/src/biosig4c\+\+-$VER.src.tar.gz
        tar xvf biosig4c++-$VER.src.tar.gz
	cd biosig4c++-$VER
        ./configure && make && sudo make install


# Installation for developers:

## latest development version
	git clone https://git.code.sf.net/p/biosig/code biosig-code
	cd biosig-code/biosig4c++
	autoreconf -fi  # only needed if autoconf files have been changed
	./configure     # only needed if configuration has changed
	make && sudo make install

## or if
	git pull
	make distclean
	autoreconf -fi  # only needed if autoconf files have been changed
	./configure 	# only needed if configuration has changed
	make && sudo make install


# compiling of mexbiosig for Matlab and Octave
   MATLABDIR=/usr/local/MATLAB/R20##x/bin make mex4m
   make mex4o

# generating an octave package
      make mexbiosig
   start octave and run
      pkg install mex/mexbiosig-X.Y.Z.src.tar.gz

   If libbiosig is available on your OS, you can also start octave and run
      pkg install https://pub.ist.ac.at/~schloegl/biosig/prereleases/mexbiosig-1.9.2.src.tar.gz

# Compiling for python
   make python

# Compiling save2gdf and biosig_fhir
   make tools
   sudo make install_tools

# Monitoring of flow sensor
   ./flowmon2 -d `ls /dev/ttyUSB*`



### The information below might be outdated - it's not removed yet because it might still contain some useful hints ###


General remarks:
----------------

Prerequisites:
--------------
P0) gnu c compiler (gcc, g++, gnu make, gawk). It will work on unix like systems (Linux, BSD, etc)
    mingw, cygwin.
    and NO, MSVC is not suitable for compiling libbiosig !!!

P1) for building libbiosig, save2gdf, mma (mathematica) and mex (matlab)
	sudo apt-get install subversion libz-dev libsuitesparse-dev libcurl-dev gawk g++ gcc
	svn co https://biosig.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/biosig/trunk/biosig4c++

        For ttl2trig, also the package
           libasound-dev
        is required.

P2) for building SigViewer
	sudo apt-get install qt4-dev-tools  libqt4-dev  libqt4-qt3support
	svn co https://sigviewer.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/sigviewer/trunk sigviewer


P3) Cross-compilation on Linux for Win32/Win64-target:
	aptitude install -R autoconf automake bash bison bzip2 \
                    cmake flex g++ intltool make sed \
                    libtool openssl libssl-dev \
                    libxml-parser-perl patch perl \
                    pkg-config scons unzip wget \
                    xz-utils yasm mercurial
	git clone https://github.com/schloegl/mxe.git
	cd mxe
	make biosig stimfit




Platform specific information
-----------------------------
# Linux
You need GNU gcc, g++ (ver>4.0), make, zlib (if you do not have zlib, do not define WITH_ZLIB),
libsuitesparse (if you do not have libsuitesparse, do not define WITH_CHOLMOD).

Running make compiles the converter.
  make 		 	# makes the file format converter
  make save2gdf 	# makes the file format converter
  make win32		# makes the file format converter for Win32
  make win64		# makes the file format converter for Win64
  make physicalunits 	# makes the en/decoder for physical units
  make lib            	# makes library
  make mex4o 		# makes mexSLOAD for Octave (requires Octave-headers2.9 or higher)
  make mex4m 		# makes mexSLOAD for Matlab (path_to_mex need to be defined in Makefile)
  make biosig4python 	# compiles the BioSig interface for Python (requires SWIG and Python)
  make all  		# all of the above
  make sigviewer 	# recompiles SigViewer (requires qmake and Qt, the sources of sigviewer must be in ../sigviewer)
  make testscp
  make testhl7
  make test		# tests HL7<->SCP, SCP<->GDF, GDF<->HL7 converters
  make test6		# tests bidirectional conversion between 6 differerent data formats

# Mac OS X (tested under 10.7 Lion)
 1. First, get Xcode from the App Store. You need to create an Apple Developer Account (which is free) to install the command line tools (see next step).
 2. In Xcode, go to Preferences - Downloads - Components - Install Command Line Tools.
 3. Install MacPorts from http://www.macports.org/.
 4. In a terminal, type "sudo port install gawk".
 5. In a terminal, type "sudo port install SuiteSparse".

Optional (if you want a good IDE, this is recommended):
 6. Install Eclipse from http://www.eclipse.org/.
 7. Install CDT (in Eclipse, go to Help - Install New Software...).
    Activate the CDT repository by clicking on "Available Software Sites" and activate "CDT Juno".
    After clicking OK, select "-- All Available Sites --" and install "CDT Main Features".
 8. In Eclipse, go to Preferences - C/C++ - Build - Environment - Add...
    Enter PATH in the Name text box and /opt/local/bin:/opt/local/sbin in the Value text box.
 9. To load the project, go to File - New - Makefile Project with Existing Code.
    Fill in the name of the project (for example, biosig4c++) and enter the root folder containing the source code of biosig4c++.
10. In the Project Explorer, you can now right-click on the project and choose Clean or Build to start compiling the project.


# MinGW Crosscompiler on Debian/Ubuntu for Windows
- aptitude install mingw32 mingw32-binutils mingw32-runtime

# mxe/mce-w64 on GNU/Linux for Windows
Prerequisites P3) and/or P4) (see above)
- modify Makefile and set variable CROSS for Win32 (and CROSS64 for Win64) to the proper value e.g.
   CROSS   = $(HOME)/src/mxe/usr/bin/i686-pc-mingw32
   CROSS64 = $(HOME)/src/mce-w64/usr/bin/x86_64-w64-mingw32

- run the command
   make win32/save2gdf.exe      # converter between data formats
   make win32/libbiosig.dll     # dynamic library
   make win32/libbiosig.a       # static library
   make win32mma		# Win32/Mathematica interface
   make mexw32			# Win32/Matlab mex interface
   make win32                   # all of the above
   make win64/save2gdf.exe      # converter between data formats 64bit Windows
   make mexw64			# Win64/Matlab mex interface

# Windows + MinGW
Prerequisites P5) (see above)
Support for FEF, ZLIB, CHOLMOD is turned off, because of lack of support in MinGW.
In general, Makefile.win32 should be used.
- Run the make command
   make -f Makefile.win32 libbiosig.a
   make -f Makefile.win32 save2gdf.exe
   make -f Makefile.win32 sigviewer
   make -C mma -f Makefile.win32 sload.exe	# mathematica interface

You can also start compilation of sigviewer.
   First, you need to have the sigviewer sources in ..\sigviewer and
   Then, you need to run once qmake in ..\sigviewer\src\
   make -f Makefile.win32 sigviewer

# Matlab/Win32 using MinGW on Windows
do the steps in "Windows+MinGW"
install and configure gnumex (from http://gnumex.sf.net)
  make libbiosig.a
  start matlab
  >> gnumex 	% configure mingw for mex
  >> mex mexSLOAD.cpp libbiosig \mingw\lib\libws2_32.a

# Mathematica/Win32 using MinGW on Windows
Adapt user-specified variables (directory names) in Makefile.win32 and mma/Makefile.win32
  cd biosig4c++/mma
  make -f Makefile.win32 sload.exe

# Windows + Cygwin
Currently, only the file converter save2gdf is supported.
- install Cygwin
- within Cygwin install gcc4 g++4, zlib, suitesparse/cholmod and make
- run the make command
   make save2gdf

# MSVC - Microsoft Visual C++
  MSVC is currently not supported. You are on your own.

# Other platforms (Windows+MSVC, MacOSX, Solaris, etc. )
  some tests on other Unix-like systems have been successful.


Installation:
-------------
run as root
  make
  make install 		# installs save2gdf, save2scp, save2aecg,
  make install_octave	# installs mexSLOAD.mex in /usr/local/share/octave/site-m/
  make install_sigviewer	# installs sigviewer


Execution:
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# if test.gdf exists, some header information is displayed
save2gdf test.gdf

# help and usage information
save2gdf -h

# converts a data file into a GDF format (destination
save2gdf PFE103.scp t5.gdf

# converts a data file into a SCP format (destination
save2scp t5.gdf t5.scp
save2gdf -f=SCP t5.gdf t5.scp

# converts a data file into a HL7aECG format (destination
save2aecg t5.gdf t5.hl7
save2gdf -f=HL7aECG t5.gdf t5.hl7

# load matlab into octave or matlab
start octave or matlab
addpath path_to_mexSLOAD.mex
[data,HDR] = mexSLOAD(filename); % loads data and header information


Development & Testing:
----------------------
There are several testing functions included.
The following commands test the converter and should finish without errors.
	make test
	make testhl7
	make testscp
	make test6

The Octave/Matlab script
	test0/test01.m
tests whether the various data formats give the same results
or whether some conversion error has been included.


    Copyright (C) 2005-2013, Alois Schloegl <alois.schloegl@gmail.com>
    This function is part of the "BioSig for C/C++" repository
    (BioSig4C++) at http://biosig.sf.net/