I'm not, but CMake is; that's the beauty of the thing. When you first fire up the CMake GUI on Windoze, it asks you what kind of project files you want to make. All the MSVC options are in there. You pick your version, configure, generate, and done. Then just open MSVC and open the radiance.sln file created by CMake, and you'll see all your targets.
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From: Randolph M. Fritz [randolph+LD@panix.com<mailto:randolph+LD@panix.com>]
Sent: Thursday, June 20, 2013 08:16 PM Mountain Standard Time
Subject: Re: [Radiance-dev] What are people using to compile Radiance on Windows?
Guglielmetti, Robert <Robert.Guglielmetti@...> writes:
I use MS VisualStudio Express 2008 (v9) to make the
so-called NREL binaries of Radiance
Rob, are you creating a VS project to build Radiance? Or...?
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