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Guides for compiling (outside of EasyBuild)


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I've been scouring the forums trying to find settings for VB (such as what additional source files to include, etc.) if I want to do the compile with in VB instead of using EasyBuild but can't find anything. Are there any? Reason being, if I'm doing development in specific areas, I want to do the compile within VB - not in EasyBuild so I can test things. 

I was trying a few things but I think I'm missing the OpenSSL in the additional includes and I can't for the life of me figure out where to put that in VB Studio 2015. It used to be off File > Preferences in 2014, but they must have moved it. 

Surely other people are doing test compiles in VB, right? 

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I understand. But EasyBuild also seems to do the compile as well (granted I see that can uncheck the compile option). 

In my defense (and I do apologize), I'm about 5 years out of date with MaNGOS. I'm picking up my old MaNGOS code and the project and starting to poke around again. I had stepped away from MaNGOS back when we were just introducing cMake and moving over to git (maybe git was more than 5 years ago - I can't recall) full tilt. 

Just a bit of historic introduction: I am the same Shinzon (aka: Ruafo) that worked with Xeross on MangChat. 

You'd think that stepping back into the development saddle would be like riding a bike, but it's clearly been too many diaper changes and penetration tests (most of my time has been spent raising my kids and working in Cybersecurity). But... I'm trying. LOL

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Heh heh, welcome back !!

You are right, after easybuild has ran cmake, it then calls msbuild directly to start building....

 

But you can change the options to just run cmake then open the folder containing the .sln files

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