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26th
Feb 2017
Jason Hawks
@nbq
Feb 26 2017 06:59
I have a question and its odd because I have compiled hifi before but I am trying to compile on windows 10 x64 vs 2013, I have installed the openssl runtime from http://slproweb.com/products/Win32OpenSSL.html - did http://slproweb.com/download/Win64OpenSSL-1_1_0e.exe - installed it to default location, left it default for copy dll to windows directory like build doc said, now when I try to run cmake, I use "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 12.0\VC\vcvarsall.bat" amd64 for the command prompt to get the x64 build prompt then I do cmake .. -G "Visual Studio 12 Win64" from the build directory and I get an error about not finding openssl - any ideas?
Michael Varner
@TopRamenGod
Feb 26 2017 06:59
I dont know, I haven't attempted doing this via command line
because building projects of this size is a pain at that granularity
the amd64 would sound off, but it's not and we know that it's not
it says use that for x64 building
Michael Varner
@TopRamenGod
Feb 26 2017 07:03
right
I just wasn't sure if you were asking me as a sanity check
Jason Hawks
@nbq
Feb 26 2017 07:03
I am asking anyone with info that has set it up lately
Michael Varner
@TopRamenGod
Feb 26 2017 07:04
Heh, I hadn't noticed that it had switched me over when I responded
Jason Hawks
@nbq
Feb 26 2017 07:04
haha its ok