Commit 78e5369e authored by Bastian Krayer's avatar Bastian Krayer

Update README.md

parent f981e743
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- install dependencies via homebrew or macports (e.g. ```brew install homebrew/versions/glfw3 glm cmake assimp```)
### Clion setup
- download and install [Clion IDE](https://www.jetbrains.com/clion/) (register with your ...@uni-koblenz.de address to get a free student license)
- click "Check out from Version Control" and clone the repository (```git@gitlab.uni-koblenz.de:cg/ss20cg3.git``` or ```https://gitlab.uni-koblenz.de/cg/ss20cg3.git```)
### Visual Studio Code setup (https://code.visualstudio.com/)
- Install extensions: C/C++ (ms-vscode.cpptools), CMake Tools (ms-vscode.cmake-tools)
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- *CMake: Run without debugging* will run an executable that you can specify with *CMake: Set Debug Target*
### Clion setup
- download and install [Clion IDE](https://www.jetbrains.com/clion/) (register with your ...@uni-koblenz.de address to get a free student license)
- click "Check out from Version Control" and clone the repository (```git@gitlab.uni-koblenz.de:cg/ss20cg3.git``` or ```https://gitlab.uni-koblenz.de/cg/ss20cg3.git```)
### Console setup
- install dependencies via homebrew or macports (e.g. ```brew install homebrew/versions/glfw3 glm```)
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- **Important**: Supported Compilers are Visual Studio 17 and MinGW-w64 (http://mingw-w64.org/doku.php)
- Recommended installation: MSys2
### Clion setup
- download and install [Clion IDE](https://www.jetbrains.com/clion/) (register with your ...@uni-koblenz.de address to get a free student license)
- Open the file *src/CMakeLists.txt* and choose *Open as Project*
### Visual Studio Code setup (https://code.visualstudio.com/)
- Install extensions: C/C++ (ms-vscode.cpptools), CMake Tools (ms-vscode.cmake-tools)
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- *Ctrl + p* opens the command bar
- *CMake: Build* will build the project. You will be asked to select the appropriate compiler. Choose the one corresponding to your installation (e.g. "GCC for x86_64-mingw32 9.2.0")
- *CMake: Run without debugging* will run an executable that you can specify with *CMake: Set Debug Target*
-
### Clion setup
- download and install [Clion IDE](https://www.jetbrains.com/clion/) (register with your ...@uni-koblenz.de address to get a free student license)
- Open the file *src/CMakeLists.txt* and choose *Open as Project*
### Qt Creator setup
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Tested on Ubuntu 18.04 Should work very similar on different distributions
### Clion setup
- use your package-manager to install the dependencies (GLM, GLFW, assimp, Xrandr, Xi)
Ubuntu: ```sudo apt-get install libglm-dev libglfw3-dev libassimp-dev libxrandr-dev libxi-dev```
- install CMake either from the site (https://cmake.org/) or from your package manager. It is recommended not to use aptitude, as the cmake version is old.
### Visual Studio Code setup (https://code.visualstudio.com/)
- Install extensions: C/C++ (ms-vscode.cpptools), CMake Tools (ms-vscode.cmake-tools)
- Open the repository's *src* folder in VS Code
- Follow the popup instructions to configure Intellisense
- *Ctrl + p* opens the command bar
- *CMake: Build* will build the project. You will be asked to select the appropriate compiler. Choose the one corresponding to your installation (e.g. something like "GCC for x86_64")
- *CMake: Run without debugging* will run an executable that you can specify with *CMake: Set Debug Target*
- _NOTE_: If you have installed cmake with snap, you may have to go to the CMake Tools settings and put the following in CMake Path: */snap/cmake/current/bin/cmake*
### Clion setup
- download and install [Clion IDE](https://www.jetbrains.com/clion/) (register with your ...@uni-koblenz.de address to get a free student license)
- click "Check out from Version Control" and clone the repository or open the *src/CmakeLists.txt* from your already cloned repository
### Console setup
- clone repository to some place
- use your package-manager to install the dependencies (GLM, GLFW, assimp, Xrandr, Xi)
Ubuntu: ```sudo apt-get install libglm-dev libglfw3-dev libassimp-dev libxrandr-dev libxi-dev```
- prompt in CG3 folder and execute the setup_linux.sh shellscript: "sh setup_linux.sh"
- chose your prefered IDE or generate make files.
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