Visual Studio 2015 template project

Hello, I’m a newby of Urho, it seems very well structured.
While I have no problem compiling a sample project via NetBeans on linux, I can’t make the same on Windows 10 via NetBeans + MinGW (I have strange errors with stdlib).

So I would like to try it by Visual Studio Community, 2015/2017.
My first attemps gone wrong, does anyone have an example ready?

Thanks so much!

I use VS2015 and ussualy do this:

  1. Open terminal
  2. Go to Urho3D directory
  3. Run “cmake_vs2015.bat build”
  4. Then go to “build” directory in file explorer and launch Urho3D.sln in VS2015

ok, probably I’m making a little mess… do I need to add Urho3D to my path?
I’m using this version:
Urho3D-1.7-Windows-64bit-STATIC-3D11
and the cmake_vs2015.bat is on the subpath .\share\Scripts

so I have this:

C:\Urho3D-1.7-Windows-64bit-STATIC-3D11>.\share\Scripts\cmake_vs2015.bat build
CMake Error: The source directory “C:/Urho3D-1.7-Windows-64bit-STATIC-3D11/share/Scripts” does not appear to contain CMakeLists.txt.
Specify --help for usage, or press the help button on the CMake GUI.

Many thanks for your help!

If you want to build from source (recommended) then you should clone the release tag from GitHub or download the source package from SF.net (instead of prebuilt binary package).

So the hint given by Miegamicis is referred to the github cloned directory; Obviously, I’ll have to build the Urho… Ok, many thanks for now!

I did it the first time, in the end it was really trivial… :blush:
I’ve lost myself with downloading the binary files from the site, which in the end do not understand what their use is…
anyway: thanks to everyone, Urho3d rocks!!! :sunglasses::grinning: