I have been trying to build with Qt creator but not having much luck. I get down to step 8
but can't generate the cmakecache.txt properly. As far as I can see I have followed the earlier steps verbatum and I have read the instructions for a cmakelists project which just says the same as what you have listed.
Any other clues?
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> From: firstname.lastname@example.org > Date: Wed, 27 Jan 2010 22:12:31 +0100 > To: email@example.com > Subject: [Stellarium-pubdevel] HOWTO: setup a build environment on win32 > > I upgraded my development environment on windows (XP), and decided to > start from scratch, and write what I do. I managed to compile and run > Stellarium pretty quickly *without using the windows command line or > msys* by following those steps. > > 1- Install a SVN command line client: CollabNet Subversion > Command-Line Client works fine. > 2- Download and install the last Qt 4.6.1 SDK (includes Qt libraries, > Mingw, gdb, Qt Creator) > 3- Download and install cmake 2.8 > 4- For Qt Creator/cmake to find the mingw environment you now need to > add some directories to your path. Assuming you installed everything > in the default location you should add in your path: > C:\Qt\2010.01;C:\Qt\2010.01\qt\bin;C:\Qt\2010.01\mingw\bin;C:\Program > Files\CMake 2.8\bin;C:\Qt\2010.01\mingw\lib;C:\Qt\2010.01\mingw\include > You can edit your path in the "system property" dialog of windows (at > least on XP). You need to (re)start Qt Creator after this. > 5.1- Gettext: Download the "Complete package, except sources" > installer from http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/gettext.htm > and install it in C:\Qt\2010.01\mingw\ It will install everything we > need in the mingw environment. > 5.2- libIconv: Download the "Complete package, except sources" > installer from http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/libiconv.htm > and install it in C:\Qt\2010.01\mingw\ It will install everything we > need in the mingw environment. > 5.3- zlib: Download the "Complete package, except sources" installer > from http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/zlib.htm and install it > in C:\Qt\2010.01\mingw\ It will install everything we need in the > mingw environment. > 6- Start Qt Creator and tell him where your svn.exe is in > Tools/Options../Version Control/Subversion > 7- Create a new project File/New File or Project/Version > Control/Subversion Checkout, and give the following url: > https://stellarium.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/stellarium/trunk/stellarium > and tell him to put in the directory of your choice: in my case, I > created before C:\prog\ The checkout should create the stellarium > directory in there > 8- Once the source code is checked out, Qt Creator automatically > detects a cmake-based project and launch the CMake Wizard. I tell him > to build stellarium in C:\prog\stellarium\builds\qtcreator-build . > Then run cmake using the MinGW target. > 9- If everything went well, click on the "build all" button in Qt > Creator, and wait that everything is build. > 10- Finally, before running, got to "Projects/Run Settings/Show > Details" and set the Working Directory to C:\prog\stellarium\ > 11- Run and enjoy :) > > Fabien > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ > The Planet: dedicated and managed hosting, cloud storage, colocation > Stay online with enterprise data centers and the best network in the business > Choose flexible plans and management services without long-term contracts > Personal 24x7 support from experience hosting pros just a phone call away. > http://p.sf.net/sfu/theplanet-com > _______________________________________________ > Stellarium-pubdevel mailing list > Stellariumfirstname.lastname@example.org > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/stellarium-pubdevel