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With Visual Studio 2010 on Windows 7 (32-bit):
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With Visual Studio 2017 on Windows 10 (64-bit):
  
* Launch the CMake GUI by starting a Visual Studio Command Prompt (Start->Programs-> Microsoft Visual Studio 2010->Visual Studio Tools->Visual Studio Command Prompt) and running "cmake-gui"
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* Launch the CMake GUI (version 3.15) from the start menu
 
* Next to "Where is the source code:", click "Browse Source..." and navigate to where you cloned the repository with Git.
 
* Next to "Where is the source code:", click "Browse Source..." and navigate to where you cloned the repository with Git.
 
* Next to "Where to build the binaries:", select "Browse Build..." and select a place to build the ITK library. I like to use c:\build\ITK. This directory should NOT be inside the directory where you cloned the repository.
 
* Next to "Where to build the binaries:", select "Browse Build..." and select a place to build the ITK library. I like to use c:\build\ITK. This directory should NOT be inside the directory where you cloned the repository.
* Click "Configure", and then specify "Visual Studio 10" as the generator for this project.
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* Click "Configure", and then specify "Visual Studio 15 2017" as the generator and "x64" as the platform for this project.
* Choose your build options. I like to UNCHECK BUILD_EXAMPLES and BUILD_TESTING as they speed up the build process significantly.
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* Choose your build options. I like to '''uncheck''' BUILD_EXAMPLES and BUILD_TESTING, because not building them speeds up the build process significantly.
 
* Click "Generate".
 
* Click "Generate".
* Open Visual Studio 2010
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* Click "Open Project". This will start a new Visual Studio instance.
* Open Project
 
* Navigate to the Build directory you specified through CMake
 
* Open the ALL_BUILD project
 
 
* From the Build menu, choose "Build Solution" (or "Build ALL_BUILD")
 
* From the Build menu, choose "Build Solution" (or "Build ALL_BUILD")
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The list of currently supported versions of Visual Studio can be found [https://github.com/InsightSoftwareConsortium/ITK/blob/master/Documentation/SupportedCompilers.md#visual-studio in the repository].

Latest revision as of 10:08, 22 July 2019

With Visual Studio 2017 on Windows 10 (64-bit):

  • Launch the CMake GUI (version 3.15) from the start menu
  • Next to "Where is the source code:", click "Browse Source..." and navigate to where you cloned the repository with Git.
  • Next to "Where to build the binaries:", select "Browse Build..." and select a place to build the ITK library. I like to use c:\build\ITK. This directory should NOT be inside the directory where you cloned the repository.
  • Click "Configure", and then specify "Visual Studio 15 2017" as the generator and "x64" as the platform for this project.
  • Choose your build options. I like to uncheck BUILD_EXAMPLES and BUILD_TESTING, because not building them speeds up the build process significantly.
  • Click "Generate".
  • Click "Open Project". This will start a new Visual Studio instance.
  • From the Build menu, choose "Build Solution" (or "Build ALL_BUILD")

The list of currently supported versions of Visual Studio can be found in the repository.