We managed to run it!!
We built in Release mode and followed Guillaumes instructions by placing the plugin folders in the bin/Release folder and it works perfectly.
Thank you Hugo & Guillaume for your help!!
Thank you so much for your help!
We did not have the mentioned folders in the bin, so we took them from the Anaconda directory and placed them in the bin. This almost solved the problem, so we don’t get error messages anymore. The SOFA GUI is loaded, but it’s all white and not responding.
PS – We are running runSofa_d.exe…[Read more]
Has anyone ever successfully compiled SOFA on Windows with VS 2019?
We’re slowly running out of ideas.
First, CMake automatically uses the QT version of Anaconda, which is version 5.9.7. We cannot update it there to the latest version (5.13), removal of QT from the environment (base(root)) is also not possible.
Second, when downloading and…[Read more]
I just managed to compile it, but honestly, I’m not sure what the key was. There is another error coming up now when I try to run runSofa.exe, I will open up a new topic for that. But just in case someone has the same errors, here is what I did (as far as I remember 🙂 ):
– Install QT 4.9.1, VS 2019, Boost 1.70, the windows dependency pack…[Read more]
I managed to compile SOFA (Windows 10, VS 2019), but when I’m trying to run runSofa.exe, I get the following error message:
We tried to install different versions of the libpng library within Anaconda, but this did not help. Does anyone know a solution to this problem?
Thanks in advance!
I’m trying to build Sofa in VS 2019, but get errors mainly for the glew files
On the website, I found download links for the Windows Dependency Pack for VS 2015 and VS 2017. I downloaded the one for 2017, but it still doesn’t work. I’m not sure whether it is the wrong pack or whether I copied it to the wrong directory? Is there a pack…[Read more]