Commit ba9178b1 authored by Ralf Habacker's avatar Ralf Habacker

Visual Studio Professional uses a different ide starter - pointed out by Romain Pokrzywka

parent 4ee7b07b
......@@ -9,59 +9,74 @@ Building
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Win32 MinGW
1. install cmake and libexpat
1. install cmake and libexpat
2. get dbus sources
3. unpack dbus sources into a sub directory (referred as <dbus-src-root> later)
4. mkdir dbus-build
5. cd dbus-build
6. run
cmake -G "MinGW Makefiles" [<options, see below>] <dbus-src-root>/cmake
cmake -G "MinGW Makefiles" [<options, see below>] <dbus-src-root>/cmake
mingw32-make
mingw32-make install
Win32 Microsoft nmake
1. install cmake and libexpat
Win32 Microsoft nmake
1. install cmake and libexpat
2. get dbus sources
3. unpack dbus sources into a sub directory (referred as <dbus-src-root> later)
4. mkdir dbus-build
5. cd dbus-build
6. run
cmake -G "NMake Makefiles" [<options, see below>] <dbus-src-root>/cmake
cmake -G "NMake Makefiles" [<options, see below>] <dbus-src-root>/cmake
nmake
nmake install
Win32 Visual Studio IDE
1. install cmake and libexpat
Win32 Visual Studio Express IDE
1. install cmake and libexpat
2. get dbus sources
3. unpack dbus sources into a sub directory (referred as <dbus-src-root> later)
4. mkdir dbus-build
5. cd dbus-build
6. run
cmake -G "Visual Studio 10" [<options, see below>] <dbus-src-root>/cmake
7a. open IDE with
vcexpress dbus.sln
7b. for immediate build run
vcexpress dbus.sln /build
Win32 Visual Studio Professional IDE
1. install cmake and libexpat
2. get dbus sources
3. unpack dbus sources into a sub directory (referred as <dbus-src-root> later)
4. mkdir dbus-build
5. cd dbus-build
6. run
cmake -G "Visual Studio 10" [<options, see below>] <dbus-src-root>/cmake
start
nmake install
cmake -G "Visual Studio 10" [<options, see below>] <dbus-src-root>/cmake
7a. open IDE with
devenv dbus.sln
7b. for immediate build run
devenv dbus.sln /build
Linux
1. install cmake and libexpat
1. install cmake and libexpat
2. get dbus sources
3. unpack dbus sources into a sub directory (referred as <dbus-src-root> later)
4. mkdir dbus-build
5. cd dbus-build
6. run
cmake -G "<for available targets, see cmake --help for a list>" [<options, see below>] <dbus-src-root>/cmake
cmake -G "<for available targets, see cmake --help for a list>" [<options, see below>] <dbus-src-root>/cmake
make
make install
For other compilers see cmake --help in the Generators section
Configuration flags
-------------------
When using the cmake build system the dbus-specific configuration flags that can be given
to the cmake program are these (use -D<key>=<value> on command line). The listed values
are the defaults.
are the defaults.
// Choose the type of build, options are: None(CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS or
// Choose the type of build, options are: None(CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS or
// CMAKE_C_FLAGS used) Debug Release RelWithDebInfo MinSizeRel.
CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE:STRING=Debug
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