Windows 8, Visual Studio Express 2013, build error

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MarsaPalas
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Windows 8, Visual Studio Express 2013, build error

Post by MarsaPalas »

I was following two build tutorials
1) https://gitlab.inria.fr/openvibe/sdk/-/ ... INSTALL.md
2) http://openvibe.inria.fr/build-instructions/
but I keep getting errors at the very beginning when I try to install dependencies with script windows-install-dependencies-all-x64.cmd (that is located in script folder of a repository)

The first part of an error message is this:
===Installing dependencies===
InstallDeps : - Credentials or https://extranet.mensiatech.com/dependencies are not specified, can
not download dependency.
At C:\Users\milana\repos\sdk\scripts\windows-get-dependencies.ps1:254 char:2
+ InstallDeps $arch $dir $version
+ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
+ CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (:) [Write-Error], WriteErrorException
+ FullyQualifiedErrorId : Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.WriteErrorException,InstallDeps

InstallDeps : - They have to be set through environment variables: PROXYPASS and URL.
At C:\Users\milana\repos\sdk\scripts\windows-get-dependencies.ps1:254 char:2
+ InstallDeps $arch $dir $version
+ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
+ CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (:) [Write-Error], WriteErrorException
+ FullyQualifiedErrorId : Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.WriteErrorException,InstallDeps
I realize it maybe has to do with PROXYPASS variable, since I haven't set it at all. I'm not sure what to put there, so I've just cleared it.

I am using Windows 8 in a VirtualBox.

If anybody has a clue what to try or do next, I would appreciate it very much!

Thomas
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Re: Windows 8, Visual Studio Express 2013, build error

Post by Thomas »

Hi MarsaPalas,

I dont have a windows machine at hand to try it, but I do have a suggestion:

Instead of running windows-install-dependencies-all-x64.cmd (from C:\Users\milana\repos\sdk\scripts\), can you try to run C:\Users\milana\repos\install_dependencies.cmd (This script should set all the variables needed).

Cheers,
Thomas

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