2020.01.23 13:05 "Re: [Tiff] Warnings while building tools", by Su
thanks for your very fast answer. It helped a lot to get started with CMake.
I needed some time to download CMake and to get it running. Then it worked so far.
I noticed that the output is now “tiffd.lib” / “tiffd.dll” instead of “libtiff.lib” / “libtiff.dll” with the unmaintained Makefile.vc build system. However, up to now I didn’t realize that this build system was not maintained any more.
Nevertheless, when dropping the Makefile.vc build system a description for migration would be useful explaining the differences and giving a basic description how to install and use CMake for users with Windows / Visual Studio background.
> Von: Roger Leigh
> Gesendet: Di. 21.01.2020 21:03
> An: email@example.com, Bob Friesenhahn,
> Kopie: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Betreff: Re: [Tiff] Warnings while building tools
On 21/01/2020 19:23, email@example.com wrote:
at least I am using the nmake / Makefile.vc feature for years within a
Visual Studio /Windows > > environment, together with the same nmake /
Makefile.vc feature of GeoTiff.
The libtiff.lib and geotiff.lib are built easily with native Visual Studio tools, without the need to install any third party tools. Just call “nmake /f Makefile.vc” and that’s it.
Which third party tools would I have to install and what would be the call sequence on a standard Windows 10 with MS Visual Studio (e.g. 2015)?
> Install CMake, thenin a Visual Studio command window, or other