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From Qing Lan <>
Subject Re: Significant windows build improvements from source
Date Fri, 03 Aug 2018 07:09:18 GMT
Just an update from previous thread. 

I tried Windows build using instruction.
The OpenCV links there only contains prebuilt vs12 (VS 2013). Apart from that, user need to
create a new C++ project after VS2015 installation because it did not trigger the c compiler
installation. I copied the command from Pedro's Python script and it improves a little. However,
even with these changes, I am still facing build failure. I think developers may need some
script to automate these process to build backend dependencies on Windows. Do we have them


´╗┐On 8/2/18, 10:10 AM, "Qing Lan" <> wrote:

    Hi Pedro,
    Great works! Thanks for supporting Windows build in here.
    On 8/2/18, 10:08 AM, "Marco de Abreu" <> wrote:
        Hello Pedro,
        These are great efforts! It's great to see that we are improving our
        situation around Windows.
        Looking forward to using it.
        Best regards,
        Pedro Larroy <> schrieb am Do., 2. Aug. 2018,
        > Hi
        > I have taken some effort to cleanup the Windows build process and condense
        > it in a single python script, provided that the required dependencies are
        > installed (opencv, openblas and cuda/cudnn in gpu).
        > Now there's a single command necessary to get a build:
        >     python ci\
        > The build flavour can be given with the '-f' argument.
        > This produces a windows_package.7z file with MXNet libraries, python
        > bindings and includes.
        > For testing, just running a powershell script like:
        >    ci/windows/test_py3_cpu.ps1
        > Will execute the unit tests.
        > Let me know what you think.  I pretty much would like to see these changes
        > in the release branch which will help with any windows issues that we might
        > find.
        > Simple installation of dependencies and update to the documentation about
        > windows builds from source will come in the future.
        > Pedro.

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