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Subject [3/5] incubator-singa git commit: SINGA-294 Remove old instructions
Date Wed, 09 May 2018 15:15:09 GMT
SINGA-294 Remove old instructions


Branch: refs/heads/master
Commit: 8f67ceb1c9c692f3948b460ed8eee798a0f65140
Parents: ceea70c
Author: Moaz Reyad <>
Authored: Tue May 8 11:58:16 2018 +0800
Committer: Moaz Reyad <>
Committed: Tue May 8 11:58:16 2018 +0800

 doc/en/docs/ | 34 ----------------------------------
 1 file changed, 34 deletions(-)
diff --git a/doc/en/docs/ b/doc/en/docs/
index 18eb239..6af076b 100755
--- a/doc/en/docs/
+++ b/doc/en/docs/
@@ -276,40 +276,6 @@ This setting is used to build the Debian package. Set PACKAGE=ON and
build the p
 ### Compile SINGA on Windows
-For the dependent library installation, please refer to [Dependencies](
-After all the dependencies are successfully installed, just run the following commands to
-generate the VS solution in cmd under singa folder:
-    $ md build && cd build
-    $ cmake -G "Visual Studio 14" -DUSE_CUDA=OFF -DUSE_PYTHON=OFF ..
-The default project generated by the command is 32-bit version. You can also
-specify a 64-bit version project by:
-    $ md build && cd build
-    $ cmake -G "Visual Studio 14 Win64" -DUSE_CUDA=OFF -DUSE_PYTHON=OFF ..
-If you get error outputs like "Could NOT find xxxxx" indicating a dependent
-library missing, configure your library file and include path for cmake or the system.
-For example, you get an error "Could NOT find CBLAS" and suppose you installed
-openblas header files at "d:\include" and openblas library at "d:\lib". You should run the
-following command to specify your cblas parameters in cmake:
-    $ cmake -G "Visual Studio 14" -DUSE_CUDA=OFF -DUSE_PYTHON=OFF -DCBLAS_INCLUDE_DIR="d:\include"
-DCBLAS_LIBRARIES="d:\lib\libopenblas.lib" -DProtobuf_INCLUDE_DIR=<include dir of protobuf>
-DProtobuf_LIBRARIES=<path to libprotobuf.lib> -DProtobuf_PROTOC_EXECUTABLE=<path
to protoc.exe> -DGLOG_INCLUDE_DIR=<include dir of glog> -DGLOG_LIBRARIES=<path
to libglog.lib> ..
-To find out the parameters you need to specify for some special libraries, you
-can run the following command:
-    $ cmake -LAH
-If you use cmake GUI tool in windows, make sure you configure the right
-parameters for the singa solution by select "Advanced" box. After generating the VS project,
-open the "singa.sln" project file under
-the "build" folder and compile it as a normal VS solution. You will find the
-unit tests file named "test_singa" in the project binary folder.
-If you get errors when running test_singa.exe due to libglog.dll/libopenblas.dll missing,
-just copy the dll files into the same folder as test_singa.exe
 Instructions for building on Windows with Python support can be found [here](install_win.html).
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