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Building HPCC sources in Visual Studio 2012

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Tue Sep 09, 2014 3:51 pm Change Time Zone

Hi I'm having some difficulties building the HPCC Platform source in VS 2012.
My cmake build process is complaining about missing dependencies.
Is there any tutorial online for doing that?
Has anyone gone through those steps that before?
tinebp
 
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Fri Feb 06, 2015 5:01 pm Change Time Zone

You can build HPCC Platform with plugins on Windows. Here are the cmake options to generate Visual Studio Solution:
-G "Visual Studio 9 2008" -DUSE_NATIVE_LIBRARIES=OFF -DCHECK_GIT_TAG=0 -DDEVEL=ON -DEXTERNALS_DIRECTORY=${EXTERNALS_DIRECTORY} -DUSE_APR=OFF -DUSE_LIBARCHIVE=OFF -DUSE_ZLIB=OFF -DUSE_OPENLDAP=ON -DUSE_XALAN=ON -DUSE_PYTHON=OFF -DUSE_V8=OFF -DUSE_JNI=OFF -DUSE_RINSIDE=OFF -DUSE_MYSQL=OFF -DUSE_SQLITE3=OFF -DUSE_CASSANDRA=OFF -DUSE_MEMCACHED=OFF

${EXTERNALS_DIRECTORY} contains required lib and header files. For example:
boost/include/boost/
windows-i386-vc90/lib

You can build it inside Visual Studio or from command line:
cmake --build . --config Release

We don't generate HPCC Platform installable package due to the management scripts are for Unix only. And there is no test of the HPCC Platform on Windows.
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