[vtkusers] Trouble building VTK and using with C++
bill.lorensen at gmail.com
Wed Sep 5 23:23:42 EDT 2012
You are much better off using CMake
When VTK6, which is modularized, there are almost 90 libraries in a full
build of VTK.
CMake will allow you to choose the libraries that are needed by your
On Wed, Sep 5, 2012 at 9:34 PM, Alex Malyushytskyy <alexmalvtk at gmail.com>wrote:
> You do not have to use CMake in your project, but this means, you have
> to specify
> paths to includes (which you probably do, cause that is linker errors)
> and make sure your application picks up libraries (which you probably
> have wrong).
> And the easiest way to find out what has to be done - to use CMake to
> build example projects,
> so you can check what has to be done with yours.
> You had to use CMake anyway to build VTK itself, so you could check
> option to build examples.
> On Tue, Sep 4, 2012 at 4:39 AM, John Drescher <drescherjm at gmail.com>
> >> I'm having serious troubles to compile the vtk's examples for c++, I'm
> >> Visual C++ Express 2010 and building VTK many times but still can't
> >> out what's the right way to go. I'm working on an application for 3D
> >> ultrasound visualization I'll appreciate some help with these
> > I highly recommend that you use CMake to generate the projects for
> > your applications.
> > John
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