Just downloaded the master branch and did a cmake vs2013 with -DURHO3D_SAMPLES=1 option, but none of the sample project files are created in the solution.
Are we doing away with this build option in all platforms now?
What file do I need to change to enable this again?
At least it worked for me, I just tried upgrading to the current master version and created new build directory with
cmake_vs2013.bat ..\vsurhosamples -DURHO3D_SAMPLES=1
Verified that typing -DURHO3D_SAMPLES=1 on the command line does generate sample project files.
However, my vs2013_samples.bat file which used to work and has:
@%~dp0\cmake_generic.bat %* -VS=12 -DURHO3D_SAMPLES=1
Now fails to build sample project files. Works on 1.4.
Try to switch around the last two arguments in your own script. There is a recent changes in cmake_generic.bat to make it supports spaces in source/build path. However, in doing so I also notice there is some weirdness in the current argument parsing logic that it now susceptible to argument order in some cases. That’s what you get from a Linux guy doing a Windows job. Still it is better that than being left out while Linux and Mac users already use space as the final frontier.
Switching the arguments worked and generated the sample project files.