[vtkusers] Vtk programming on Mac OS X with Xcode
imikejackson at gmail.com
Thu Jul 12 11:43:54 EDT 2007
In that tutorial example directory, there is a CMakeLists.txt so
there is already a CMake project setup. Here is what you do.
In the same directory, create a new directory called "Build"
Change Directory 'cd' into the 'Build' directory.
Then run 'cmake -G Xcode ../' from the command line
This will generate an Xcode project preconfigured and ready to go.
There should be no reason to build a project from scratch for this.
Mike Jackson Senior Research Engineer
Innovative Management & Technology Services
On Jul 11, 2007, at 11:01 PM, Jing wrote:
> I have tried to create a new Xcode project for Cone6.cxx from scratch.
> Launch Xcode, File->New Project-> C++ Tool, enter project name and
> Remove the main.cxx from the project, add Cone6.cxx to it.
> Add Header search paths to the Vtk header include paths.
> Add Cocoa.framework, OpenGL.framework to it.
> Add vtk libs to it.
> Then build and run it in both of Debug and Release modes without
> any errors.
> So, the vtk libs do not need to be added twice to the project.
> Just want to clarify.
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