Monthly Archives: May 2014

Generating 64-bit projects for Visual Studio with CMake

2014-05-31 2 comments

Generator Hm, interesting… I thought for some reason that by invoking CMake from the 64-bit Visual Studio command prompt, the project would automatically be generated as a 64-bit target — turns out that this is not the case: Checking the Solution File, the configuration is still set to Win32 (instead of x64) and in the… »»»

On CMake

2014-05-04

I’ve changed the build process of the RandFill project recently from using the Visual Studio files (*.sln, *.vcxproj, etc.) to maintaining and generating those with CMake. RandFill might not be the ideal candidate for this switch, since it is (and will, for the foreseeable future, stay) a pure Windows/Win32 application; support for other platforms or… »»»

Windows: The tree command

2014-05-04

The tree command graphically displays the directory structure of a drive or path on the command line prompt — nice gimmick; haven’t used this in ages and completely forgot about it, but came in handy recently. TREE [drive:][path] [/F] [/A] /F – Displays the names of the files in each directory. /A – Uses ASCII… »»»