Re: Pre-built libraries/examples for Windows?

Jeremy Selan <jeremy...@...>


We're sorry you're having difficulties building OCIO on Windows.
Unfortunately, I dont have daily access to a Windows machine for
testing, but I know the Foundry is successfully using OCIO on Windows.
I will contact them and see if they can assist us, and possibly
release step by step Windows OCIO build instructions.

Making the installation process simpler (perhaps including binary
installs) is one of my top summer goals, and we'll make sure to
include windows support in this task.

-- Jeremy

On Fri, May 20, 2011 at 11:44 AM, Paul Miller <pa...@...> wrote:
Hey folks. I'm starting to look at OCIO for integration into one or more of
my applications and am having trouble getting it built on Windows (my
primary dev machine). I use Visual Studio 2008. I downloaded from github and
tried using cygwin cmake, which doesn't know about VS, so I grabbed the
latest native CMake for Windows and that was missing all sorts of
dependencies and creating vcproj files that wouldn't build. I'm likely doing
something wrong but I don't have any experience with cmake. Is there
step-by-step "how to build this on Windows, n00b" document? (I'm also having
trouble finding a native rst viewer).

I'll probably end up just compiling the code directly in anyway, but I want
to get built tools to play around with how it's "supposed to work" before I
dive in.


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