[vtkusers] building VTK will Visual studio 6 on windows xp

vapor direku direku at hotmail.com
Fri Jul 15 14:04:02 EDT 2005

Thanks Ian, I saw that page before, but my intention is to use python 
wrapped on vtk.

Now it seems that the compiler flags /Wno-deprecated AND -mwin32 come from 
the variable
VTK_REQUIRED_CXX_FLAGS. This variable is set from cmake by using the 
initialization file
CMakeList.txt under the root directory of the source VTK.

This setting is trigered by the architecture of the computer. I don't read 
any "Visual C++ compiler" AND "win32 platform", which are my inputs.

In additon to Visual studio 6, I have Dev-Cxx installed on my computer, does 
this confuse Cmake?!

Bottom line, what kind of __required__  flags (instead of the two above 
problematic flags)
does my compiler need to build the vtk?

Anyone any punch line?

>From: Ian Paris-Salb <ianps42 at gmail.com>
>To: vapor direku <direku at hotmail.com>
>Subject: Re: [vtkusers] building VTK will Visual studio 6 on windows xp
>Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2005 10:27:33 -0700
>I found this website that was fairly helpful in setting up vtk in vs6.0:

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