I have been working on a program that takes a binary file, gets the size on bytes (always makes it a square image X x X), and saves the read data as a png file.
After much struggle, it finally compiles. I have been using CImg as the library to make the image. But the image created does not display anything, when it should look like the same image I am using as a binary file for the tests.
The progrma consists on 4 files:
1. main.cpp Used to create the image calling the functions
2. Image.h Defines 3 functions to get the size, data, and create the image
3. Image.cpp Implements the functions
I would really appreciate if someone helps me out because I need to deliver this project the 21st. I dont know what the problem is. It may be that the data is nor read/saved correctly? etc...
I made this pastebin with all the code except CImg.h, which you can download from here: http://cimg.eu/download.shtml
(Code is too big to paste it).
Improtant notes: the header "#define cimg_display 2" works if you are using Windows. If you are using Linux I believe the correct number is 1. Some other headers such as "windows.h" or "winbgim.h" probably do nothing. I was testing multiple headers to fix a problem there was.
Thanks in advance!