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vtk mfc vs2012

Posted on 2013-06-14
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Hi Experts,

I just built project files for vtk5.10 with qmake5 and built using visual studio 2012.  There were no output dlls like I got for every project, just lib files, so I guess something went wrong?  Has anyone done this successfully?

Thanks,
Mike
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Check the project setting if that is intended - such as it seems, a build might indeed only produce static libs and no DLLs at all.
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