Difference between revisions of "Programming Howto:Building and Customizing BCI2000"
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This you through the process of BCI2000 source
Revision as of 15:25, 14 August 2018
This tutorial walks you through the process of obtaining the BCI2000 source distribution, and using it to build and test your own custom filters, implemented in C++ inside your own custom core module. It assumes that you have a good working knowledge of the C++ language, and basic familiarity with the compiler/IDE that you are going to use.
This tutorial is a simplified version of the previous Programming Howto:Quickstart Guide, which is slightly outdated but kept in the wiki as it contains valuable suggestions and exercises.
- shows you how to install TortoiseSVN, CMake, VisualStudio, and Qt.
- explains how to obtain a BCI2000 user account.
- details the steps how to use TortoiseSVN to download the BCI2000 sourcecode.
- demonstrates how to use CMake to create a BCI2000 solution file.
- illustrates how to compile BCI2000 using VisualStudio.