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When cmake is ready and all required packages were found you can start compiling sim with 'make' (or mingw32-make or nmake)
 
When cmake is ready and all required packages were found you can start compiling sim with 'make' (or mingw32-make or nmake)
  
== See Aloso ==
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== See Also ==
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[[Building_with_Cmake_FAQ| Building with Cmake FAQ]]

Revision as of 13:46, 4 October 2007

Building for Linux

Building for Windows

Requirements

Environment

Once you've installed all requried packages, make sure you've set the following environment variables are correct:

  • QTDIR - the path to your Qt3 installation
  • CMAKE_INCLUDE_PATH - paths to the headers of all installed packages
  • CMAKE_LIBRARY_PATH - paths to the libraries of all installed packages

For example:

C:\>set
QTDIR=[TODO: write an example value here]
CMAKE_INCLUDE_PATH=D:\Programm\GnuWin32\Include;D:\Programm\OpneSSL\Include
CMAKE_LIBRARY_PATH=D:\Programm\GnuWin32\Lib;D:\Programm\OpenSSL\Lib\MSVC

If some values are missing, use should set them using set command:

 C:\>set QTDIR=[TODO: write an example value here]
 C:\>set CMAKE_INCLUDE_PATH=%CMAKE_INCLUDE_PATH%;D:\Programm\OpneSSL\Include

Compilation

After you've checked out the sources, create a new directory 'sim-im-build'. Now you can call cmake (or cmakesetup on win32) by switching into 'sim-im-build':

cmake ..\sim-im 

When cmake is ready and all required packages were found you can start compiling sim with 'make' (or mingw32-make or nmake)

See Also

Building with Cmake FAQ