PCL and Visual Studio 2013

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Re: PCL and Visual Studio 2013

Avik
The biggest problem is boost. Nobody there seems to give a s.... This looks like a dead end.
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Re: PCL and Visual Studio 2013

Lars Glud
Why do you want to build boost with cmake - why not just use their build tool with
bootstrap

and

b2 --toolset=msvc-12.0 architecture=x86 address-model=64 --with-locale -sICU_PATH=C:\pathtoicu\icu stage

?

regards, Lars
Vision System Engineer
Danrobotics A/S
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Re: PCL and Visual Studio 2013

Lars Glud
Lars Glud wrote
Why do you want to build boost with cmake - why not just use their build tool with
bootstrap

and

b2 --toolset=msvc-12.0 architecture=x86 address-model=64 --with-locale -sICU_PATH=C:\pathtoicu\icu stage

?

regards, Lars

Address-model and the addition of ICU, is ofc depending on your system and intention to use ICU.

regards, Lars
Vision System Engineer
Danrobotics A/S
DK
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Re: PCL and Visual Studio 2013

Avik
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Basically I want to be able to build for more than one architecture, like x86, x64, ARM. What bugs me is that I cannot create one single point of entry to my project, and a proper make file is nice to have. It can be made into MSVC solutions/projects, UNIX like systems and whatever.
Now let me ask you something, why create another build system? to be cute?
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Re: PCL and Visual Studio 2013

Lars Glud
Ahh, yes okay - then its quite cumbersome with boots building tool. And yes, it is really wierd why they are using their own building system, that we can agree on.

But you can atleast build boost to both x86 and x64 and then create a cmake project for your own project including the right libraries depending on what you want to build to.

I'll try look into compiling it for arms - but I don't have any way to test it really.. unless it can run on raspberry pi :)

Regards, Lars
Vision System Engineer
Danrobotics A/S
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Re: PCL and Visual Studio 2013

pawkro
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I think you should build Boost as Lars adviced you. It works with VS 2013 and does not cause problems in further part of the PCL installation. On the other hand, doing it with CMake may be tricky as boost sources do not contain CMakeLists.
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