Re: Pre-built libraries/examples for Windows?

Peter <peter.c...@...>

Hi Paul,

I've also been working on gettting a windows version of the OCIO
libraries here, and I ran into similar problems to you.

We managed to build the GCC version fine, but on windows I resorted to
just manually setting up a VC2005 project and pulling in whatever
files were necessary.

I'm hoping to look in to the cmake problems further this week so that
we can get a consistent build sytem across all platforms here. I''ll
post here anything I find out, and if you have any insights in this
area please feel free to share them with me too ;)



On May 20, 7:44 pm, Paul Miller <p....@...> 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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