Problem below solved:
It turns out the problem was that I had first downloaded the packages on a Mac and then copied them onto the Windows machine. Somewhere along the line, hidden files (with the prefix ._) with the .c extension were added to the folders by the Mac, and the windows compiler was trying unsuccessfully to read them. When I redownloaded the packages on the windows machine, everything was good.
Anybody else having issues getting the 'Hosa Demo' to work? It tells me
'Undefined function 'choices' for input arguments of type 'char'. Granted, I can go into the folder and open any demo I need, but I'm not really sure what they all are.
Second question (and maybe I just need to read on this), but how does the window work? From the demo, it seemed he chose an arbitrary size? I'm looking to calculate the bi-spectrum. I'm used to making my own hanning window when I do a regular FFT; this appears to be different.
16 Jun 2014
Library to handle 3D geometric primitives: create, intersect, display, and make basic computations
The new set of faces refer to indices of vertices actually used by the faces. So it is necessary to use the following syntax:
[V2 F2] = mergeCoplanarFaces(vertices, K);
The demo file is somewhat outdated, I will update it, and fix the doc of the mergeCoplanarFaces function.
Concerning the tolerance value, it is used for comparing normalised normal vectors of planes containing faces. There can be some numerical issues, but using 1e-4 should be fine.