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cmake [2013/02/25 15:52]
stransky
cmake [2017/01/25 17:34] (current)
smilauer
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   - Press generate to produce project files for VS.   - Press generate to produce project files for VS.
  
-To run the test suite, open the solution explorer in VS and "​build"​ the ''​test'' ​target ​to run through the test suite.+To run the test suite, open the solution explorer in VS and "​build"​ the ''​tests'' ​or ''​benchmarks''​ targets ​to run through the test suite or benchmark suite respectively.
  
 //**Note:** The build types (debug, release) are handled internally by Visual Studio, so no configuration option for this is presented in CMake// //**Note:** The build types (debug, release) are handled internally by Visual Studio, so no configuration option for this is presented in CMake//
  
 //**Note:** PETSc isn't easily built on windows, so support for parallel builds is still lacking// //**Note:** PETSc isn't easily built on windows, so support for parallel builds is still lacking//
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 +===== Windows (MinGW) =====
 +  - Install CMake (tested with version 3.3.2)
 +  - Install a new mingw-w64 (tested with version 5.2.0). It has support for 32-bit if necessary. MinGW-w64 version is selected from a [[http://​sourceforge.net/​projects/​mingw-w64/​|GUI installer]]. ​
 +  - Run $ mingw32-make.exe -v
 +  - Run a batch e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\mingw-w64\i686-5.2.0-posix-dwarf-rt_v4-rev1\mingw-w64.bat which opens a new terminal. In that terminal, we have already PATH to mingw32-make.exe. If the PATH is already set up, any terminal would work.
 +  - Create directory, e.g. mkdir C:​\oofem\optimized and cd under optimized.
 +  - Run cmake with flags, e.g. $ cmake.exe -G"​MinGW Makefiles"​ -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=RELEASE -DUSE_SHARED_LIB="​OFF"​ -DUSE_IML="​ON"​ -DUSE_DSS="​ON"​ ..
 +  - Run mingw32-make.exe -j 3 to compile
 +  - If you want smooth transfer of oofem.exe to another windows computer, you need to put all *.dll from C:\Program Files (x86)\mingw-w64\i686-5.2.0-posix-dwarf-rt_v4-rev1\mingw32\bin in the same directory as oofem.exe.
 +  - Run $ctest for checking OOFEM tests
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