I am Ashish Vishal, a student of IIT(BHU).
I am interested in image processing so I want to contribute to BOOST.GIL
project in GSoC 20. I am having a decent knowledge of C++ and image processing.
Below is the link of my codeforces, CodeChef and hackerrank handle on which I have submitted some solutions in c++.
I have recently done a project on image processing in the technical fest (Technex) of IIT(BHU) and was the first runnerup of the event. The project code is uploaded on my Github profile.
Below is the link of my GitHub repo
I do not have slack and do not want to use it
@Kojoley I understand not everyone is keen in using Slack. I moved there as all other Boost'ers hang out there, it is properly archived, convenient. I don't force anyone to move along, I just may not hang out on Gitter as often myself.
Back to your question
to link boost library
GIL is header-only, there is no linking against any GIL binaries
@mahmoudahmedd second issue
with visual studio 2010 or 2013
If you read the https://github.com/boostorg/gil/#requirements you will learn GIL requires C++11 since Boost 1.68 release
Using another library?
Well, the competency test is clear, it says "Using latest Boost.GIL..." and it says "...using latest Boost.GIL." again