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== BUILD Slicer ==
 
== BUILD Slicer ==
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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

Revision as of 20:03, 5 March 2014

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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.