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


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


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… »»»