On Wednesday, 26 February 2014 at 00:43:58 UTC, John Colvin wrote:
On Monday, 24 February 2014 at 16:30:43 UTC, Steve Teale wrote:
On Monday, 17 February 2014 at 17:56:08 UTC, Steve Teale wrote:
On Monday, 17 February 2014 at 06:57:55 UTC, Steve Teale wrote:
I would love to get some feedback on both the application and the documentation

You must forgive me for harping on about this, but I am going to be persistent. Between COMPO 1 and COMPO 2, there's the best part, or more, of a man-year's work. So I won't let go lightly.

Today I have posted two new .deb files (i386/amd64) on the COMPO web site - http://britseyeview.com/compo/. There's decent online documentation at the same place. The stage of operations is now QA, and since I am the author, you know that at this point, I need help ;=)

The source code is also up-to-date on https://github.com/britseye/compo.

Come on guys, give me an hour of your precious time.

Steve

John,

I'm sorry. Trying to do too many things at the same time. libusps4cb is a binary provided by the US Postal Service for creating postal bar codes. They don't publish the source.

I had the .a file for COMPO1, and that still seems to work OK, but they don't do static libraries any more, so for a 64 bit build you'll need to use libusps4cb.so. They are both in compo/lib on GitHub. The .a file is 32 bit, and the .so file 64 bit.

Steve

I will get the 32 bit .so file and regularize the situation
However I go about building this, I get linker errors about libusps4cb.a

Where can I find the source for this library? Or at the very least can you upload a x86_64 version?

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