The most important options/variables are explained in \ref confinst.
-\subsection instpythonwin Python interface:
-The Python interface has not been tested in \b Windows because getting
-the correct dependencies is highly involved. You might need to
-\li Python (binary and \b sources): http://www.python.org
-\li Numpy: http://new.scipy.org/download.html
-Also, read this article about how to link everything:
\subsection instmatlabwin MATLAB/Octave interface:
Make sure the library is compiled with the MATLAB_COMPATIBLE option
might need to change the \c MATLABROOT path with the root folder of
your Matlab install and copy the dlls. Then, run \c mingw32-make. Note
that \c mingw32-make only supports 32 bits libraries, so you need a 32
+bit version of Matlab. There is a fork of MinGW with 64 bit support
+under development, but it has not been tested here.
+\subsection instpythonwin Python interface:
+The Python interface has not been tested in \b Windows because getting
+the correct dependencies is highly involved. You might need to
+\li Python (binary and \b sources): http://www.python.org
+\li Numpy: http://new.scipy.org/download.html
+Also, read this article about how to link everything:
\section confinst Configure the compilation/install
-As we have made to select the install path or to add python bindings,
-CMake allows to configure the compilation using some variables. These
+CMake allows to configure the compilation using some variables (see
+for example how to compile the Python module in Linux). These
variables can be set in Linux/MacOS from the command line with the -D
>> cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug .
-If you use ccmake or CMake for Windows, just modify the value of the
+If you use ccmake in Linux/MacOS or CMake for Windows, you can access
+to a list of all the variables and their values. Just modify the value
+of the desired variable.
\subsection instshared Compile as shared libraries