I’m running Windows 7 Professional(64Bit) with Visual Studio 2008 Professional and CMake 18.104.22.168.
First I’d checked out the svn with Tortoise SVN (“blender” and “lib/windows”) for updates.
Then I’d builded the files with CMake (Buildsettings: Default, without Cycles and for “Visual Studio 9 2008” )
=> CMake gives one error:
CMake Warning at CMakeLists.txt:2020 (message): 'numpy' path could not be found in: '/python3.3/site-packages/numpy', '/python3/site-packages/numpy', '/python3.3/dist-packages/numpy', '/python3/dist-packages/numpy', WITH_PYTHON_INSTALL_NUMPY option will be ignored when installing python
But obviously it will and can be ignored.
At the next step I’d opened the project Blender.sln(as administrator) and start building the project “INSTALL” and after it “blender”.
“INSTALL” works pretty well with no error, but “blender” has some problems, btw. one problem/error:
Fehler 1 fatal error C1083: Datei (Include) kann nicht geöffnet werden: "buildinfo.h": No such file or directory c:\BlenderSVN\blender\source\creator\buildinfo.c 34 blender
Error 1 fatal error C1083: Can't open File (Include): "buildinfo.h": No such file or directory c:\BlenderSVN\blender\source\creator\buildinfo.c 34 blender
In fact there is no “buildinfo.h”.
Why is there no “buildinfo.h”?
Is it possible to build my own file?
Is it possible to modify “buildinfo.c” that it will ignore “buildinfo.h”?
It would be really cool, if someone knows a solution, because I want to start developing blender and especially the game engine.