[ros-users] communicating with windows

William Woodall wjwwood at gmail.com
Fri Sep 24 17:48:10 UTC 2010

I am trying to build this with VS10 and so I am adding cases to the cmake
files where necessary, but the version of boost that you guys are shipping
does not have VS10 compiler versions.  So, I have been trying to use an
outside boost installation (1_44).  What is the easiest way to go about
this, because all of the variables are getting set through find_library
which has the library search path hard coded to the externals folder in the
repository?  Should I add to the find_library search path some how or for my
one-off compiling short circuit the boost_single_lib macro?


William Woodall
Graduate Software Engineering
Auburn University
w at auburn.edu
wjwwood at gmail.com

On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 2:16 AM, Christian Verbeek <
verbeek at servicerobotics.eu> wrote:

> > Neat! FYI, it downloaded and built just fine on my XP machine running VS
> > 2008.
> >
> > How do I go and install it though? In my build directory there's a
> > cmake_install.cmake that I tried running with cmake -P, but it didn't
> > install anything. My CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX is set to the default at
> > C:\Program Files\ROSWIN32.  All the target executables seem to be in
> > build\target\debug
> >
> > Do I need to run something other than "Build" in Visual Studio?
> We did not add an install target by now. We will do it today or within
> the next days. We will first install everything needed to
> ${CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR}/install. Settings ROS_ROOT to the install
> dir and a ros-win32 cmake find script is all we need to integrate these
> things in our projects.
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