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Your BCI2000 "prog" folder does not contain any executables yet
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==Back==
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To [[Programming Howto:Building and Customizing BCI2000|this howto's overview page]].
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==Open the solution file in the IDE==
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Your BCI2000 "prog" folder does not contain any executables yet:
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Open the solution file your BCI2000 "build" folder
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Open the solution file in your BCI2000 "build" folder by double-clicking it ...
  
 
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The solution file in the VisualStudio IDE
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... and view it in the VisualStudio IDE.
  
 
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Switch the build type to "release"
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==Build the solution using the IDE==
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Switch the build type to "release".
  
 
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From the "build" menu, choose "Build solution"
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From the "build" menu, choose "Build solution":
  
 
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... your BCI2000 "prog" folder will contain a number of executables, one for each module
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... your BCI2000 "prog" folder will contain a number of executables, one for each module, plus a few helper executables.
  
 
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Revision as of 14:46, 16 August 2018

Back

To this howto's overview page.

Open the solution file in the IDE

Your BCI2000 "prog" folder does not contain any executables yet:

Use vs2017 0.png

Open the solution file in your BCI2000 "build" folder by double-clicking it ...

Use cmake 10.PNG

... and view it in the VisualStudio IDE.

Use vs2017 1.png

Build the solution using the IDE

Switch the build type to "release".

Use vs2017 2.png

From the "build" menu, choose "Build solution":

Use vs2017 3.png

Once the build is finished, ...

Use vs2017 4.png

... your BCI2000 "prog" folder will contain a number of executables, one for each module, plus a few helper executables.

Use vs2017 5.png

Next step

As a next step, learn how to Create a custom Signal Processing Module.

See also

Programming Howto:Building and Customizing BCI2000