[Kst] Compiling latest sources on Windows MSVC
david.mcminn at intelligentwellcontrols.com
Wed May 9 11:44:30 UTC 2012
>> I'm interested in contributing to KST (or at least seeing whether
>> it would be feasible for me to do so) so I checked out the latest
>> repository sources. I have the QtSDK 1.2 installed, CMake 2.8.8
>> and MSVC2008 Express.
[Snip discussion about precompiled headers]
>> If I should turn them off, what's the best way? I tried modifying
>> the top
> from QtCreator/Project you could rerun cmake and there you could pass
> the argument
> There you could also see all the other options.
Thank you, that was what I needed.
> But when you wanna compile with MSVC you could use Visual Studio for
> developing. I never use nmake for building Kst: developing with
> Studio, deploying with mingw.
> Open a Visual Studio shell, add the path to qmake (set
> PATH=C:\Qt\...\bin;%PATH%), create a build folder on the same level
> as the Kst checkout and call within the build folder
> cmake ..\kst\cmake -G"Visual Studio 10"
> Open the solution file kst.sln from command line. I'm sure this will
Thank you for the advice. Yes, this worked up to a point. The
KstPchSupport.cmake file uses the following line (line 73) to generate
the precompiled header settings (when using the IDE):
However, it would need to be as follows in MSVC2008:
If $(Configuration) works in MSVC2010 does that mean that 2010 is the
only MSVC compiler that Kst officially supports or is it meant to work
in 2008 as well? I am downloading 2010 now in any case :)
Apart from that everything built successfully.
> To start over the best way is to completely clean the build folder.
Yes, and also to maintain a build folder separate from the sources. I
fell into that trap once before and ended up checking out the sources
again because it was too messy to clean :)
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