|cmake visual studio 15 2017 win64||1.13||0.5||4519||30|
One way to get cmake to build x64 on Windows with Visual Studio is like so: Start Visual Studio Command prompt for x64 Run cmake: cmake -G "NMake Makefiles" \path_to_source\ nmake Using Cmake, how do I compile either or both architectures?How do I run CMake in Visual Studio 2019?
For CMake 3.13 or newer, run the following commands: cmake -G "Visual Studio 16 2019" -A Win32 -S path_to_source -B "build32" cmake -G "Visual Studio 16 2019" -A x64 -S path_to_source -B "build64" cmake --build build32 --config Release cmake --build build64 --config Release For earlier versions of CMake, run the following commands:What to do when CMake says vs 2017 2022?
When using VS 2017, be aware that this is really VS 2015, and CMake identified it as VS 2017 2022 which is not the version of VS 2017 I had, that gave me this error. So the conclusion I offer is to try different versions, specifically the 2015 one. if you have installed two or more Windows 10 SDK, delete them excluding latest one.How does vs150comntools work with CMake?
New in version 3.11: When CMake first chooses an instance, if the VS150COMNTOOLS environment variable is set and points to the Common7/Tools directory within one of the instances, that instance will be used. Otherwise, if more than one instance is installed we do not define which one is chosen by default.