Programming Howto:Building and Customizing BCI2000

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Install prerequisites


Download TortoiseSVN installer from

Run installer

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Don't forget to install command line client tools

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Download CMake installer from

Run installer

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Choose "Add to path for all users"

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Download VisualStudio Community installer from

Run installer

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Make sure to install the C++ compiler

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Download the open source installer from

Run installer

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Click "Skip" when prompted for a Qt account

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Choose a Qt version that is consistent with the version of VisualStudio you downloaded earlier

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Uncheck "Launch Qt Creator" before clicking "Finish"

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Register with BCI2000 Project

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Download the BCI2000 source code

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Enter user name and password as chosen in the registration step

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Configure BCI2000 for compilation

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Compile BCI2000

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