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Missing: ignition msgs0 Library in Windows

asked 2016-11-26 23:59:57 -0500

Vaidehi gravatar image

In the eleventh step of installation of Gazebo tool in windows, the ..\configure command gives an error of

Looking for ignition-msgs0-config.cmake - not found

Missing: Ignition msgs0 Library

Looking for ignition-math2-config.cmake - found

Missing: Ignition Transport (libignition-transport-dev or libignition-transport2-dev

Looking for libosvrClientKit and ClientKit.h - not found

OpenSource Virtual Reality(OSVR) support will be disabled.

CMake error at cmake/SearchForStuff.cmake: 746 (file):

file STRINGS file "E:/gz-ws/gazebo/QWT_INCLUDE_DIR-NOTFOUND/qwt-global.h" cannot be read

Call Stack (most recent call first):

CMakeLists.txt:127 (include)

I think that it is unable to find the required file and path can anyone help with same!!

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answered 2016-11-28 02:34:32 -0500

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In case of error message:

Looking for ignition-msgs0-config.cmake - not found

Missing: Ignition msgs0 Library

download/clone the ign-msgs directories and install it as we installed ign-math. Steps for installation of same are:

  1. Copy the ign-msgs directory in the folder where ign-math folder exists: For example if ign-math exists in E:\gz-ws then copy the folder of ign-msgs in E:\gz-ws
  2. Open command prompt
  3. cd E:\gz-ws\ign-msgs
  4. mkdir build
  5. cd build
  6. ..\configure
  7. nmake
  8. nmake install

copy the file ignition-msgs0-config.cmake from E:\gz-ws\ign-msgs\build\install\Release\CMake\ to E:\gz-ws\ign-math\build\install\Release\CMake

For the error: file STRINGS file "E:/gz-ws/gazebo/QWT_INCLUDE_DIR-NOTFOUND/qwt-global.h" cannot be read

install qwt-6.1.2 from sourceforge.net Installation steps:

  1. Download the zip file for qwt-6.1.2
  2. Unzip it in the location E:\gz-ws\qwt-6.1.2
  3. open command prompt in location E:\gz-ws\qwt-6.1.2
  4. run the command "qmake qwt.pro"
  5. nmake
  6. nmake install - a folder will be created in C:\qwt-6.1.2\

Now run the ..\configure command and the build will be successful

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