[epiar-devel] compiling with visual studio (windows)
maoserr at gmail.com
Thu Aug 5 09:19:29 PDT 2010
eh, tutorial isn't really necessary, if you got cmake installed correctly,
just run the CMake.cmd and configure and generate.
Only thing to watch out for either have all the dependencies installed
correctly, or have none of them installed (this is preferred, as cmake
will automatically download and create project files for them at build
time), otherwise visual studio will complain about conflicting run times.
There use to be a time when you have to worry about directory structure,
but it really isn't necessary now that the scripts are in the build folder.
On Thu, 05 Aug 2010 12:03:10 -0400, Christopher Thielen <chris at epiar.net>
> If Maoserr wants to write a cmake tutorial for Windows to generate the
> Visual Studio files, that might be best. I've mentioned this to arke a
> couple of times (he's really big on Visual Studio) but unfortunately
> he's too busy right now to work on it.
> Once somebody has working (and portable! no path dependencies!) Visual
> Studio files, we should maintain a "Windows" port of the tree -- not
> merging it into the real tree because, iirc, Visual Studio workspace
> files are a bit unreasonable in size.
> On Aug 5, 2010, at 8:18 AM, Maoserr wrote:
>> you don't need to download any dependencies, the cmake script will do
>> for you.
>> On Thu, 05 Aug 2010 00:25:03 -0400, Doug Mirro <dmirro at easytechtalk.com>
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