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New CMake based build system
Using the CMake build system under Unix
briefly, do the following:
cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr/local .
alternatively, you can also do an out of source build, if
you don't want to clutter the hugin source tree with object files etc.
$ cd hugin
$ mkdir mybild
$ cd mybuild
$ cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr/local ../
$ make install
Please report any problems to the hugin-ptx group at google:
If cmake failed to pick up some dependencies, make sure you have
installed the corresponding development packages (often named:
libjpeg-dev and so on). If cmake still fails to find the libraries,
for example if you have installed them into a non-standart directory,
you can specify the path to libraries and include files using the
$ cmake .
$ ccmake .
If CMake failes to recognize the boost thread library, the boost library suffix
might need to be given in the Boost_LIB_SUFFIX CMake variable. For example:
$ cmake -DBoost_LIB_SUFFIX=gcc41-mt-1_34_1
if the boost thread suffix is gcc41-mt-1_34_1
Configuring the build
Upon cmake invocation, several variables can be set with the -D command line
parameter. Important variables include:
CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX Destination directory of make install
CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE Specify the build type (Release (Default) or Debug)
LIB_SUFFIX Specifies suffix used for library paths. For AMD64,
usually 64 is used as prefix. Default: empty.
Setting to 64 results in: $CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX/lib64
HUGIN_SHARED set to 0 to disable build shared libraries for internal
functions. (Unix and OSX, Windows is always statically linked)
CMake supports the DESTDIR variable during make install, this
might be helpful to install into a temporary directory during
$ make install DESTDIR=mytmp_package_dir