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On Wed, 22 Feb 2012 17:56:14 GMT, Tom Roberts wrote: > I am building Geant.9.5 using cmake -G "Unix Makefiles" on Windows Xp > and Cygwin. I want to build via make, just as on Linux and Mac; this > program builds and runs fine on both Linux and Mac. > > Without visualization, and with the edits described in Problem 1283, it > passes all my regression tests. The compiler is VC++ express edition > 2008 (just as I have been building earlier releases). > > In order to build the Open Inventor driver using Coin3D, I need to pass > these options to the VC++ compiler (cl): -DCOIN_NOT_DLL -DSOWIN_NOT_DLL > > Unfortunately, neither CPPFLAGS nor CXXFLAGS does this when passed to > make. > > How can I pass additional flags to the compiler, while using the cmake > system? During either cmake or make will do. > > (For now I have edited the Coin3D source to define them, but that is not > a viable long-term option.) >
CXXFLAGS="-DCOIN_NOT_DLL -DSOWIN_NOT_DLL" cmake OTHERARGS
Should prepend the flags to the others used. Note that this will only work the first time you run, so if you have already run CMake you will need to either remove the
Just to also note that the Cygwin plus MSVC combination is not tested or supported at the moment, though obviously we'd be interested to hear if you get it working and any issues like this.
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