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    I am still struggling to get the ORE correctly compiled and installed under Win10 with Visual Studio CE 2019.
    I see that the .lib files are correctly created, but the all sit under ./build/[Package]/Release/*.lib

    ORE-SWIG expects a “master” path in the example.
    Under Linux, I would have expected a make install to do the job, but under Win, I cannot find the cmake command.
    I compiled with:

    cmake -G "Visual Studio 16 2019" -A x64 -DBOOST_LIBRARYDIR=C:\local\boost_1_76_0\lib -DBOOST_ROOT=C:\local\boost_1_76_0 -DBOOST_INCLUDE_DIR=C:\local\boost_1_76_0 -DMSVC_RUNTIME=static -B build
    cmake --build build -v --config Release

    -> Any hints what I need to do to put the lib files in an “install” directory (I have no write access to the C:\Programs folders on my work machine)?
    -> Or how to adjust the path in the ore-swig config?
    Many thanks!


    Closed: the issue was that in the ORE, static linkage was activated, in ORE-SWIG not. Switching this to static, too, at least let me compile.

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