I’d like to create an ome xml string in C++, based on a set of key-value properties that describe a microscope acquisition. I do not care about the actual xml parser / creator / validator, only about the final, correct representation as a
std::string that I can store.
I’ve browsed the ome-files documentation but most topics focus on creating a full tiff file including the xml. Is it possible to use a subset of ome-files just to create a standalone xml? Which repositories are required? And is there an example for the setters that create the xml?
I was hoping for something like:
ome::xml vXML("2016-06"); vXML.setDescription("My first OME XML"); vXML.setExperimentID("SomeID"); ... const std::string vOMEXMLString = vXML.getString();
I found by chance this documentation that looks promising. But it seems to be from version 0.5.0, its unclear to which source repository it belongs, and I can not find the mentioned header
Annotation.h anywhere in the gitlab repositories. Is this documentation deprecated? Are there updated docs?
Am I at all on the right track here? Could you help me find a start? Then I’m sure I can take it from there.
All the best, Mario