NSIS_EXECUTABLE-NOT FOUND

Hi,
I am a beginner to ITK, now I am installing ITK(4.13) in Windows 10 and also 7. I did exactly the same as mentioned in the ITK manual instruction. The configuration was done and ITK was generated.
But I faced some notifications in CMake user interface as follow:

MEMORYCHECK_COMMAND-NOT FOUND
NSIS_EXECUTABLE-NOT FOUND
WIX_EXECUTABLE-NOT FOUND
Could anyone help me to find out why this has happened, and how I can fix it, please?
Thanks a lot.

Hi @h_moradmand and welcome!

If cmake configuration and generation was done successfully you are all set for building ITK.

Don’t worry about those NOT_FOUND notifications in optional and extra features meant for maintainers and developers.

Thank you for reply.
I’m trying to run the “HelloWorld” which I found on the
ITk/Source/example/installation after I build ITK.
I use Cmake GUI and once I try to configure it, I get this error on the
display:

ITK_DIR-NOTFOUND.
CMake Error at CMakeLists.txt:12 (find_package):
** By not providing “FindITK.cmake” in CMAKE_MODULE_PATH this project has**
** asked CMake to find a package configuration file provided by “ITK”, but**
** CMake did not find one.**

** Could not find a package configuration file provided by “ITK” with any of**
** the following names:**

** ITKConfig.cmake**
** itk-config.cmake**

** Add the installation prefix of “ITK” to CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH or set “ITK_DIR”**
** to a directory containing one of the above files. If “ITK” provides a**
** separate development package or SDK, be sure it has been installed.**

What is wrong here?
can you suggest me how to fix it?
I am using windows 10.
Many thanks for considering my request.

That’s fine, cmake cannot know where you installed or built ITK. Follow the cmake instructions and using the cmake gui populate the variable ITK_DIR with the path to the folder where you built ITK (build folder, not the source tree).

Thank you! It was helpful.

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hi,I also faced the problem when I run the “Hello World”.
problem : CMake Error at CMakeLists.txt:12 (find_package):
Have you solved the problem now?
If you do ,please give me some suggestions.
thanks a lot.

Hey @hongliang-zu, same suggestion, try to populate ITK_DIR.

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Thank you very much. It was helpful.
I’m close to solving the problem.
But when I run the “hello world” in vs2013, which show me
“Could not start this program because ITKCommon-4.13.dll was lost on the computer. Try reinstalling the program to resolve this problem”.
Do I need to reinstall ITK?(I didn’t find itkcommon-4.13.dll online)
Could you give me some suggestions?

Yeah, it seems like you should build or re-install ITK.

You don’t have to rebuild or reinstall. You need to add ITK’s bin folder to the path. Alternatively, you could build ITK as static libraries by setting BUILD_SHARED_LIBS to OFF.

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