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x64 vs x86


 
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SMesserschmidt (Sebastian Messerschmidt)
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 05, 2016 5:09 pm    Post subject:
x64 vs x86
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Hi Dave,

When the project/cache is clear, the first configure will ask you to
specify the compiler set. Simply choose the 64bit variant of your
preferred compiler. You really need to have a clean cache to change the
compiler.
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Thank you Sebastian.

I do use the CMake GUI. Which parameter do I need to modify in order to point to the correct compiler? Its not clear looking at the CMake parameters which one to modify. The only parameter that seems to reference Visual Studio happens to be CMAKE_LINKER. I dont see a CMAKE_COMPILER parameter.



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Hi Dave,

Usually you simply have to choose the correct compiler (If you use the
CMakeGUI you need to check the "Visual Studio 12 2013 Win64").



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