2012.09.20 16:55 "Re: [Tiff] Building for x64 on Windows.", by Andrei Szeghy
Hey Ed, that was pretty embarrassing... And it was not obvious. Apparently no changes to nmake.opt, x64 cmd took care of business, and no acts by Congress to make this work. Looks like its done.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Edward Lam
I'm not quite sure what you mean. The steps to build on Windows x64 are similar to what is described at:
In case it's not obvious as to how to adapt those steps to Windows 64, the 3 easy steps are:
- Launch from the Start Menu: All Programs > Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 > Visual Studio Tools > Visual Studio x64 Win64 Command Prompt (2010). If you do not have this item in your start menu, then you did not install the 64-bit VC compiler. It is NOT installed by default when you install Visual Studio.
- cd to the top level directory where you extracted libtiff. This directory contains nmake.opt.
- nmake /f makefile.vc
On 20/09/2012 11:29 AM, Andrei Szeghy wrote:
> Unfortunately, I'm very green with using make files. I'm trying
to build LibTiff, I happen to have V4.02, for x64 on Windows where I
VS2010 installed. I would have guessed this was an option inside
> nmake.opt. The internet tells me I need to set the "environment" to > x64 before calling nmake amongst other ideas that don't seem reasonable.
Any feedback on how I go about using make files to build for x64 would be much appreciated. Thanks,