author Dmitriy Morozov <>
Wed, 19 Mar 2008 13:50:51 -0400
changeset 86 73a54447b54a
parent 50 264e05b89875
child 96 f283106e8124
permissions -rw-r--r--
Fixed #c42 for ar-vineyard

  CGAL-3.3 -    for alpha-shapes and kinetic data structures
  DSR-PDB -     for reading in PDB files (if use_dsrpdb is turned on in cmake)
  CMake -       for controlling the build process
  boost -       great set of C++ libraries
  Doxygen -     for building documentation
  rlog -        for logging only (is not needed by default)
  SYNAPS -      for solving polynomials (for kinetic kernel), which in turn requires GMP

  The path to CGAL's Makefile is expected to be set in $CGAL_MAKEFILE, the rest
  is just the usual CMake configuration

  To build examples, create a directory build (to keep everything in one place),
  go to that directory and run cmake and make:
  mkdir build
  cd build
  cmake ..   (or "ccmake .." if you want a curses interface)
  In the cmake line you can provide -Ddebug:bool=on to turn on debugging,
  -Dcounters:bool=on to turn on counters, -Doptimize:bool=on to turn on
  optimization, -Duse_dsrpdb:bool=on to turn on reading PDB files.  Depending on
  the combination of debugging and optimization, a particular CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS*
  is chosen.  All of this can be set using a text user interface by running
  ccmake instead of cmake.

  Dmitriy Morozov <>