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54 54  = Configuring and building C++ project =
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56 -Besides porting a C# project, "csPorter for C++ GUI" provides means to configure and bulid the resulting C++ project using Cmake. This functionality requires Cmake to be installed in the system and path to cmake.exe to be present in PATH environment variable.
56 +Besides porting a C# project, "csPorter for C++ GUI" provides means to configure and build the resulting C++ project using Cmake. This functionality requires Cmake to be installed in the system and path to cmake.exe to be present in PATH environment variable.
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58 58  == Specifying the build system and configuration ==
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103 103  == Opening existing workspace ==
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105 -Main Menu item "File > Open workspace..." opens a window where one can choose a workspace file. Once a correct file is chosen, all values stored in it are loaded and corresponding cotrols on the main window are filled with the loaded values.
105 +Main Menu item "File > Open workspace..." opens a window where one can choose a workspace file. Once a correct file is chosen, all values stored in it are loaded and corresponding controls on the main window are filled with the loaded values.
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107 107  = Getting help =
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115 115  "csPorer for C++ GUI" always uses Porter and Library located in the same installation pack. "csPorter for C++ GUI" cannot be used with different Porter or Library version.
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117 -To configure and build ported C++ projects, Cmake must be installed and path to cmae.exe must be added to the PATH environment variable. To check if this is the case, run Command line, enter "cmake /?" command and press Enter. If Cmake is installed propertly, you should be geting Cmake help output.
117 +To configure and build ported C++ projects, Cmake must be installed and path to cmake.exe must be added to the PATH environment variable. To check if this is the case, run Command line, enter "cmake /?" command and press Enter. If Cmake is installed propertly, you should be geting Cmake help output.
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119 -Also, to build ported C++ projects, build systems must be installed istalled on the system. If you're building projects from "csPorter for C++ GUI", Cmake is responsible for detecting build systems for you. For MinGW, make sure that path to it is added to the PATH environment variable.
119 +Also, to build ported C++ projects, build systems must be installed on the system. If you're building projects from "csPorter for C++ GUI", Cmake is responsible for detecting build systems for you. For MinGW, make sure that path to it is added to the PATH environment variable.
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121 121  If you're configuring and/or building your ported C++ project manually, use ASPOSE_ROOT Cmake variable to specify path to installation of "csPorter for C++" you're using. Make sure the installation is the same you use Porter from. Typical Cmake command line should look like below:
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