BCI2000 Compilation using visual2019 and CMake

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dcvertiz
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BCI2000 Compilation using visual2019 and CMake

Post by dcvertiz » 15 Aug 2019, 13:54

Hi, I'm new in the world of BCI2000 and I'm trying to compile the contribution to use openBCI, what should i do?
should I build all BCI2000 source code or openBCI source code only?
I'm trying to use Visual Studio, but I'm not really sure about what I have to do. I'm using VS2019 and windows 10 64bits.
I would be really greatful If you could please help me. Have anybody ever done this before? Is there any walkthrough?

mellinger
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Re: BCI2000 Compilation using visual2019 and CMake

Post by mellinger » 16 Aug 2019, 09:43

A full guide how to configure and compile BCI2000 is here:
https://www.bci2000.org/mediawiki/index ... ng_BCI2000

In order to build a contributed source module, select BUILD_ALL_SOURCEMODULES inside CMake.

You don't need to build everything, just the modules you want to use:
*a source module (openBCI in your case)
*a signal processing module from Core/SignalProcessing (probably P3SignalProcessing or SpectralSignalProcessing)
*an application module from Core/Application (probably StimulusPresentation or CursorTask).

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