Hi,

this cannot work since mitk::IOUtil::Load("/some/path") expects its
string argument to represent a path in some local file system. It cannot
know that what you pass in is the name of some embedded resource in your
module.


However, there is a mitk::IOUtil::Load overload [1] that takes a
ModuleResouce instance as first argument. You can also create a
ModuleResourceStream object and read the embedded binary data from it
(just like you do with normal C++ stream objects).


Best,

Sascha


[1]
http://docs.mitk.org/nightly/classmitk_1_1IOUtil.html#a04c23c6cf7834ddce66831376740ae2d


On 03/29/2018 10:28 PM, Alex Valcourt Caron wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
>
> I am presently trying to access some files placed in a Resources
> folder in my test directory, which I included to my build via the
> set(RESOURCE_FILES ...) cmake variable in my files.cmake.
>
>
> I was wondering how to access them via my test classes however.
> mitk::IOUtil::Load doesn't seem to know where to find them with just
> the file names (example : I have a file named "fiber.json" and try to
> load it with mitk::IOUtil::Load("fiber.json")).
>
>
> I want my tests to be path agnostic so the resource mechanism seems to
> me the way to do it. However, I have to admit I am having trouble
> understanding how the building of the project handles it.
>
>
> Can somebody point to me where the files should be located via the way
> I am presently including them (I found a .zip with them, but that is
> all) ? Or what is missing to make them accessible through this way (if
> possible) ?
>
>
> I would prefer not having to make use of the mitkAddCustomModuleTest
> function if possible. I don't know neither if it would work with my
> test classes.
>
>
> Thanks ,
>
> Alex
>
>
>
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