[Insight-users] Using compiled ITK libraries

Darren Weber darren.weber.lists at gmail.com
Wed Jun 17 17:32:26 EDT 2009

Just for the record, in case other newbies come across this thread, you can
use MacPorts for the build and installation.  This wiki page describes how
to do this:


That page includes a description of how to run the installation and notes on
how to set the ITK_DIR for cmake.

Take care,

On Thu, Apr 2, 2009 at 1:34 PM, bnsteel <bnsteel at gmail.com> wrote:

> Success!!
> I was able to get it working with both the dynamic and static libraries
> that I created using Cmake.  I ran into a setback when I tried moving my
> compiled libraries after the fact.  Of course, this upset Cmake, so I had to
> rebuild them in place.  I'll stick with the static libraries if that is the
> preferred method.
> Thanks for your feedback.  It was *very* helpful.
> brooke
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