DISCLAIMER: This message is intended exclusively for the addressee(s) and may contain confidential and privileged information. If you are not the intended recipient please notify the sender immediately and destroy this message. Unauthorized use, disclosure
or copying of this message is strictly prohibited. The foundation 'Stichting Deltares', which has its seat at Delft, The Netherlands, Commercial Registration Number 41146461, is not liable in any way whatsoever for consequences and/or damages resulting from
the improper, incomplete and untimely dispatch, receipt and/or content of this e-mail.
if you have no specific needs for GTK, then you can leave them out. Actually, it is one of the tasks of the build system to find out which external libraries
are available on your system and which can be used.
Minimum version of CMake: 2.8.9
You can use MinGW with the GCC compiler suite if you do not have Visual Studio.
If you do have Visual Studio, you can build with either “nmake” or VS – this is selected via the generator option of CMake.
There should not be much difference in the build process for PLplot 5.9.8 versus 5.10. Are there any specific difficulties you encounter?
From: blackthirt33n . [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, March 24, 2014 4:38 PM
Subject: [Plplot-general] Build environment for plplot 5.10.0
My first question is how do I get my computer (actually Windows XP Virtual Machine)
as close to the one as the developers using to build plplot 5.10.0?
Obviously I need Visual Studio 2010 sp1. But what else?
What versions of the GTK libaries and from what source.
I have some success building 5.9.8 but nothing higher.