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==Run the CMake GUI==
 
==Run the CMake GUI==
Double-click "Configure.sh.cmd" in your BCI2000 build directory
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Latest revision as of 14:41, 16 August 2018

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Run the CMake GUI

Double-click "Configure.sh.cmd" in your BCI2000 build directory.

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Tell CMake which Qt installation to use

Click "AddEntry" in the CMake window ...

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... and enter the path to a Qt directory that is consistent with the compiler you are going to use.

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Perform the configuration step

In the CMake window, click "Configure" ...

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... and choose a generator that is consistent with your compiler, and the Qt directory chosen above. Then click "Finish" to perform the configuration step.

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You will see a list of targets scrolling by, and a number of new entries in the variable list at the top of the window, marked in red.

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Choose build options

Make sure the "Grouped" checkbox is checked, and configure the build by customizing values in the "BUILD" ...

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... and "EXTENSIONS" group. Then, click "Generate" to create build files.

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When CMake displays its "Generating done" message, ...

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... your BCI2000 build directory will now contain a VisualStudio solution file, as well as a number of additional CMake-generated files.

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Next step

As a next step, learn how to compile BCI2000.

See also

Programming Howto:Building and Customizing BCI2000