Hello! I am a bit confused about when and where to be configuring and compiling ITK. I was under the impression that after compiling ITK once, I can then write my own separate code that utilizes ITK’s class structure, and never have to compile anything in relation to ITK again. Is that not true? I first implemented ccmake (which I assume configures ITK to be compiled), and then implemented the make command (which does the actual compiling), making sure that my source code is in a separate directory from the binary code. But after doing that, in order to run the “HelloWorld.cxx” example in Examples/Installation, do I need to compile ITK all over again? If so, in what directory would I want to do that in? And how would that be any different from the initial compilation?
Perhaps a broader question would be: where/how does ITK exist in my computer once it’s compiled? Does it become a library that I can reference, or is it code that I have to keep compiling with the code I will be producing myself?