From: Andrew Garrow <andy@bi...> - 2003-10-08 12:25:09
Hi, I'm trying to install vxl using microsoft visual c++ 6 and the
allvxl.dsw file, however the install stops with an error message
cannot open file "vcl.lib"
error executing link.exe
Am using the vxl-1.0-beta2 version.
Any ideas how I can fix this problem.
p.s. is there a suggested directory where vxl is installed or does it not
matter - stupid question I know!!
From: Ian Scott <ian.m.scott@st...> - 2003-10-08 14:53:07
The beta2 release is quite out of date now. I'd suggest downloading the
latest development version from CVS http://vxl.sourceforge.net/#download
However your problem sounds like a cmake/msdev problem.
There is no suggested directory for VXL's source or binary location.
I personally use c:\workspace\Lvxl for my source and C:\workspace\Lvxlbin
for my binaries. I do find that I can't load the whole off vxl.dsw (as it is
now called) into DevStudio, and so I run full rebuilds from the command line
msdev vxl.dsw /MAKE "ALL_BUILD - Win32 Debug"
If you are still having problems, please email the build log context
surrounding the error to the list.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andrew Garrow [mailto:andy@...]
> Sent: Wednesday, October 08, 2003 1:25 PM
> To: vxl-users@...
> Subject: [Vxl-users] install vxl
> Hi, I'm trying to install vxl using microsoft visual c++ 6 and the
> allvxl.dsw file, however the install stops with an error message
> cannot open file "vcl.lib"
> error executing link.exe
> Am using the vxl-1.0-beta2 version.
> Any ideas how I can fix this problem.
> p.s. is there a suggested directory where vxl is installed or
> does it not
> matter - stupid question I know!!
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