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==MSYS==
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To build ITK using MSYS on Windows 7, follow these instructions.
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Download from here:
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http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/latest/download?source=files
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or if there is a later version from the time that this page was written, download it from here:
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http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/Installer/
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Make sure to check "C compiler", "C++ compiler", and "MinGW Developer ToolKit".
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You MUST add mingw to your path
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(Add "c:/MinGW/bin" to the "PATH" variable here: Right click my computer -> Properties -> Advanced System Settings -> Advanced -> Environment variables)
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You MUST add msys to your path
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(Add "C:\MinGW\msys\1.0\bin" to the "PATH" variable here: Right click my computer -> Properties -> Advanced System Settings -> Advanced -> Environment variables)
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* Launch the CMake GUI (from the normal shortcut in the Start Menu)
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* Next to "Where is the source code:", click "Browse Source..." and navigate to where you cloned the repository with Git.
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* Next to "Where to build the binaries:", select "Browse Build..." and select a place to build the ITK library. For example, you could use c:\build\ITK. This directory MUST NOT be inside the directory where you cloned the repository.
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* Click "Configure", and then specify "MSYS Makefiles" (NOT (MinGW Makefiles")as the generator for this project.
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* Choose your build options. I like to UNCHECK BUILD_EXAMPLES and BUILD_TESTING as they speed up the build process significantly.
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* Click "Generate".
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* Start a MinGW Shell (Start -> Programs -> MinGW -> MinGW Shell)
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* Navigate to the Build directory you specified through CMake (e.g. cd /c/build/ITK)
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* Run 'make'
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==Ninja==
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To build ITK using MSYS/MinGW/Ninja on Windows 7, follow these instructions.
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Download from here:
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http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/latest/download?source=files
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or if there is a later version from the time that this page was written, download it from here:
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http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/Installer/
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Make sure to check "C compiler", "C++ compiler", and "MinGW Developer ToolKit".
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Download Ninja from here:
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https://github.com/martine/ninja/downloads
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Unzip the the zipfile.
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* Start a MinGW Shell (Start -> Programs -> MinGW -> MinGW Shell)
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* Move ''ninja.exe'' to the a location in the PATH environmental variable (e.g. mv /c/Downloads/ninja.exe /mingw/bin/)
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* Launch the CMake GUI from the MinGW shell (/c/Program\ Files\ \(x86\)/CMake\ 2.8/bin/cmake-gui.exe)
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* Next to "Where is the source code:", click "Browse Source..." and navigate to where you cloned the repository with Git.
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* Next to "Where to build the binaries:", select "Browse Build..." and select a place to build the ITK library. For example, you could use c:\build\ITK. This directory MUST NOT be inside the directory where you cloned the repository.
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* Click "Configure", and then specify "Ninja" (NOT (MinGW Makefiles")as the generator for this project.
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* Choose your build options. I like to UNCHECK BUILD_EXAMPLES and BUILD_TESTING as they speed up the build process significantly.
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* Click "Generate".
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* Navigate to the Build directory you specified through CMake (e.g. cd /c/build/ITK)
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* Run 'ninja'
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==MinGW==
 
To build ITK using MinGW on Windows 7, follow these instructions.
 
To build ITK using MinGW on Windows 7, follow these instructions.
  
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http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/Installer/
 
http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/Installer/
  
* Launch the CMake GUI by running 'cmake-gui'
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Make sure to check "C compiler", "C++ compiler", and "MinGW Developer ToolKit".
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You MUST add mingw to your path
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(Add "c:/MinGW/bin" to the "PATH" variable here: Right click my computer -> Properties -> Advanced System Settings -> Advanced -> Environment variables)
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You MUST NOT add msys to your PATH
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* Launch the CMake GUI (from the normal shortcut in the Start Menu)
 
* Next to "Where is the source code:", click "Browse Source..." and navigate to where you cloned the repository with Git.
 
* Next to "Where is the source code:", click "Browse Source..." and navigate to where you cloned the repository with Git.
* Next to "Where to build the binaries:", select "Browse Build..." and select a place to build the ITK library. I like to use c:\build\ITK. This directory should NOT be inside the directory where you cloned the repository.
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* Next to "Where to build the binaries:", select "Browse Build..." and select a place to build the ITK library. For example, you could use c:\build\ITK. This directory MUST NOT be inside the directory where you cloned the repository.
* Click "Configure", and then specify "Visual Studio 10" as the generator for this project.
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* Click "Configure", and then specify "MinGW Makefiles"as the generator for this project.
 
* Choose your build options. I like to UNCHECK BUILD_EXAMPLES and BUILD_TESTING as they speed up the build process significantly.
 
* Choose your build options. I like to UNCHECK BUILD_EXAMPLES and BUILD_TESTING as they speed up the build process significantly.
 
* Click "Generate".
 
* Click "Generate".
* Open Visual Studio 2010
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* Start a MinGW Shell (Start -> Programs -> MinGW -> MinGW Shell)
* Open Project
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* Navigate to the Build directory you specified through CMake (e.g. cd /c/build/ITK)
* Navigate to the Build directory you specified through CMake
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* Run 'mingw32-make' (note: 'make' does not seem to produce any errors, but it seems to not do anything (just returns immediately to the terminal)
* Open the ALL_BUILD project
 
* From the Build menu, choose "Build Solution" (or "Build ALL_BUILD")
 

Latest revision as of 20:13, 26 September 2012

MSYS

To build ITK using MSYS on Windows 7, follow these instructions.

Download from here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/latest/download?source=files

or if there is a later version from the time that this page was written, download it from here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/Installer/

Make sure to check "C compiler", "C++ compiler", and "MinGW Developer ToolKit".

You MUST add mingw to your path (Add "c:/MinGW/bin" to the "PATH" variable here: Right click my computer -> Properties -> Advanced System Settings -> Advanced -> Environment variables)

You MUST add msys to your path (Add "C:\MinGW\msys\1.0\bin" to the "PATH" variable here: Right click my computer -> Properties -> Advanced System Settings -> Advanced -> Environment variables)

  • Launch the CMake GUI (from the normal shortcut in the Start Menu)
  • Next to "Where is the source code:", click "Browse Source..." and navigate to where you cloned the repository with Git.
  • Next to "Where to build the binaries:", select "Browse Build..." and select a place to build the ITK library. For example, you could use c:\build\ITK. This directory MUST NOT be inside the directory where you cloned the repository.
  • Click "Configure", and then specify "MSYS Makefiles" (NOT (MinGW Makefiles")as the generator for this project.
  • Choose your build options. I like to UNCHECK BUILD_EXAMPLES and BUILD_TESTING as they speed up the build process significantly.
  • Click "Generate".
  • Start a MinGW Shell (Start -> Programs -> MinGW -> MinGW Shell)
  • Navigate to the Build directory you specified through CMake (e.g. cd /c/build/ITK)
  • Run 'make'

Ninja

To build ITK using MSYS/MinGW/Ninja on Windows 7, follow these instructions.

Download from here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/latest/download?source=files

or if there is a later version from the time that this page was written, download it from here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/Installer/

Make sure to check "C compiler", "C++ compiler", and "MinGW Developer ToolKit".

Download Ninja from here: https://github.com/martine/ninja/downloads Unzip the the zipfile.

  • Start a MinGW Shell (Start -> Programs -> MinGW -> MinGW Shell)
  • Move ninja.exe to the a location in the PATH environmental variable (e.g. mv /c/Downloads/ninja.exe /mingw/bin/)
  • Launch the CMake GUI from the MinGW shell (/c/Program\ Files\ \(x86\)/CMake\ 2.8/bin/cmake-gui.exe)
  • Next to "Where is the source code:", click "Browse Source..." and navigate to where you cloned the repository with Git.
  • Next to "Where to build the binaries:", select "Browse Build..." and select a place to build the ITK library. For example, you could use c:\build\ITK. This directory MUST NOT be inside the directory where you cloned the repository.
  • Click "Configure", and then specify "Ninja" (NOT (MinGW Makefiles")as the generator for this project.
  • Choose your build options. I like to UNCHECK BUILD_EXAMPLES and BUILD_TESTING as they speed up the build process significantly.
  • Click "Generate".
  • Navigate to the Build directory you specified through CMake (e.g. cd /c/build/ITK)
  • Run 'ninja'

MinGW

To build ITK using MinGW on Windows 7, follow these instructions.

Download from here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/latest/download?source=files

or if there is a later version from the time that this page was written, download it from here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/Installer/

Make sure to check "C compiler", "C++ compiler", and "MinGW Developer ToolKit".

You MUST add mingw to your path (Add "c:/MinGW/bin" to the "PATH" variable here: Right click my computer -> Properties -> Advanced System Settings -> Advanced -> Environment variables)

You MUST NOT add msys to your PATH

  • Launch the CMake GUI (from the normal shortcut in the Start Menu)
  • Next to "Where is the source code:", click "Browse Source..." and navigate to where you cloned the repository with Git.
  • Next to "Where to build the binaries:", select "Browse Build..." and select a place to build the ITK library. For example, you could use c:\build\ITK. This directory MUST NOT be inside the directory where you cloned the repository.
  • Click "Configure", and then specify "MinGW Makefiles"as the generator for this project.
  • Choose your build options. I like to UNCHECK BUILD_EXAMPLES and BUILD_TESTING as they speed up the build process significantly.
  • Click "Generate".
  • Start a MinGW Shell (Start -> Programs -> MinGW -> MinGW Shell)
  • Navigate to the Build directory you specified through CMake (e.g. cd /c/build/ITK)
  • Run 'mingw32-make' (note: 'make' does not seem to produce any errors, but it seems to not do anything (just returns immediately to the terminal)