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After configuration, start the build process in the  <code>Slicer-SuperBuild</code> directory
 
After configuration, start the build process in the  <code>Slicer-SuperBuild</code> directory
  
=== Per-platform instructions===
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==== Windows ====
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! width="50%" style="border-bottom: 1px solid darkgrey;font-size: 75%;"| Linux or MacOSX (Makefile)
* Open <code>Slicer-SuperBuild\Slicer.sln</code> in Visual Studio
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! width="50%" style="border-bottom: 1px solid darkgrey;font-size: 75%;"| Windows (Visual Studio)
* Select your build configuration. Usually '''Release''' of '''Debug'''
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* Build the <code>ALL_BUILD</code> project.
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Start a terminal.
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cd ~/Projects/Slicer-SuperBuild
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make -j<NUMBEROFCORES>}}
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Start Windows Explorer. [http://www.wikihow.com/Open-Windows-Explorer Need help?]
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<ol start="1" style="list-style-type: decimal;">
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<li>Open <code>Slicer-SuperBuild\Slicer.sln</code> in Visual Studio</li>
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<li>Select build configuration. Usually '''Release''' of '''Debug'''</li>
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<li>Select menu <code>Project -> Build Solution</code></li>
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</ol>
  
* If you make local changes to Slicer, open the solution file located in the directory <code>Slicer-SuperBuild/Slicer-build</code> instead. You should then be able to either build all projects or just a specific one.
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If you make local changes to Slicer, open the solution file located in the directory <code>Slicer-SuperBuild/Slicer-build</code> instead. You should then be able to either build all projects or just a specific one.
 
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==== Unix-like ====
 
 
 
  cd ~/Projects/Slicer-SuperBuild
 
  make -j<NUMBEROFCORES>
 

Revision as of 02:25, 15 June 2013

Home < Documentation < Nightly < Developers < Build Instructions < Compile


BUILD Slicer

After configuration, start the build process in the Slicer-SuperBuild directory

Linux or MacOSX (Makefile) Windows (Visual Studio)

Start a terminal.

cd ~/Projects/Slicer-SuperBuild
make -j<NUMBEROFCORES>

Start Windows Explorer. Need help?

  1. Open Slicer-SuperBuild\Slicer.sln in Visual Studio
  2. Select build configuration. Usually Release of Debug
  3. Select menu Project -> Build Solution

If you make local changes to Slicer, open the solution file located in the directory Slicer-SuperBuild/Slicer-build instead. You should then be able to either build all projects or just a specific one.