Hello, everyone. I’ve been using ITK on Linux for quite some time now (with no problems at all), but lately I’ve been trying to install it on Windows 10… to no avail. I’m using CMake 3.13.4 and when I try to configure the project the error below appears. The DLL itself is properly located in build\Modules\Core\Common\CMakeTmp\ITK_PRIVATE_DYNAMIC_CAST\libbase.dll
I’m clueless. Any hints on how to fix this error? Thank you very much in advance.
Windows has some path length issues. Can you try to compile ITK in a folder like `c:\D\ITK-build" (with the source tree also in a path similar in length (e.g. c:\D\ITK)?
Hopefully it will solve your problem.
Thanks, @fbudin. I tried doing that and the error still persists, unfortunately.
@dzenanz @pfreire seems to be using MSYS Makefiles. Have you tried this recently?
Indeed I’m using MSYS. Should I try something different?
I haven’t had any problem using MS Visual Studio 2017. You could try that if that is an option for you (the community edition is free). That being said, we probably need to test the compilation with your system too.
I was not able to reproduce your problem locally. What compiler are you using? What version of Mingw are you using? I installed Mingw on my Windows system yesterday, and ITK configured properly. The only flag I changed in CMake was BUILD_SHARED since I could see in your configuration that you did that too. Did you change more flags than just that?
As a side note, I tried two things in parallel yesterday:
- Using the MSys Makefiles
- Using Ninja as my generator
Everything configures and generates properly with either solution.
I am running into a small problem (nothing happens when running The compilation starts normally for both, but fails on KWSys. So going back to my original advice: if possible, use Visual Studio which is tested.
make with MSys Makefiles), but this is likely due to a problem in my PATH setting. Running
ninja seems to compile ITK without any problem.
I don’t think I ever used “MSYS Makefiles” generator. I use Visual Studio and Ninja generators. I know that MINGW is an exotic platform for ITK.
Thank you for your help, @fbudin. I’ll try using VS when I get home and I’ll keep you posted!
Update as a note to self: I uninstall the old version of
mingw I had originally installed and installed a newer version by installing
mysys2. It only moves the compilation error to the TIFF library.
Hey @fbudin and @dzenanz, I was able to successfully configure, generate and build ITK using VS. Thank you for your support!