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Latest revision as of 22:14, 23 March 2020

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CHECKOUT slicer source files


Check out the code using git:

  1. While it is not enforced, we strongly recommend you to AVOID the use of SPACES for both the source directory and the build directory. We mean it.
  1. Due to maximum path length limitations during build the build process, source and build folders must be located in a folder with very short total path length. This is expecially critical on Windows and MacOS. For example, C:\D\S4 for source and C:\D\S4R for release-mode build folder works on Windows; and /sq5 has been confirmed to work on MacOS.
  1. Clone the github repository

    cd MyProjects
    git clone git://github.com/Slicer/Slicer.git

    The Slicer directory is automatically created after cloning Slicer.

  2. Setup the development environment:

    cd Slicer
    ./Utilities/SetupForDevelopment.sh

    For more details see Development With Git.

    On Windows enter the commands above in to a bash shell, such as Git Bash (part of msysgit) or use a Git client with a graphical user interface.