Building 3.2.1 Eigen using MS VC++ SDK in 64 bit mode.
Default configure / generate of nmake files works correctly in cmake.
nmake blas compiles without error
nmake lapack fails with the following error:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\VC\Bin\amd64\nmake.e
xe" -f lapack\CMakeFiles\eigen_lapack.dir\build.make /nologo -L
NMAKE : fatal error U1073: don't know how to make 'blas\eigen_blas.lib'
The file "lapack\CMakeFiles\eigen_lapack.dir\build.make" has the line:
In fact blas\eigen_blas.dll exists, but blas\eigen_blas.lib does not. Is it possible the build is making assumptions about the configuration that don't hold?
hm, very strange . On our side we are simply doing:
so cmake should know that the eigen_blas target is a shared library... Perhaps the two subdirectories are not communicating well. What if you remove the first line of blas/CMakeList.txt and lapack/CMakeList.txt, i.e., remove the lines:
Or maybe we explicitly have to make the eigen_blas target visible from the parent scope...??
* Commented out those lines
* Cleared cmake cache
* cmake configure
* cmake generate
* nmake blas lapack
and got the same error as above.
Does any cmake & MSVC expert have an idea for this?
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