I’m excited to start using CMake to generate Visual Studio projects, which seems is now possible. I have a project that compiles using CMake in OSX and linux so installed the latest CMake binary on Windows 10 x64 and tried to use CMake as I had been on other platforms but with the argument:
cmake -G"Visual Studio 14 2015 Win64" ..
It was unable to find the package configuration file
cinderConfig.cmake so I ran
cmake .. from
MY_CINDER_PATH/build, which seemed to run fine but it did not fix the issue. I assume that I don’t need to (and can’t) run
make after this step as required on other platforms.
Seems I am missing a step to configure cinder for cmake on windows before I can create project files - any advice on what that step is?