I installed VTK-8.2.0 from source on Windows x64 with MSVC x64. I upload CMakeCache from CMake GUI.
I can run this example CylinderExample but I can’t run this ParametricKuenDemo.
If I try to run this example I get the application output:
04:05:17: C: \ Users \ Tasik \ Documents \ Qt_prj \ build-VTK-Desktop_Qt_5_12_5_MSVC2017_64bit-Debug \ debug \ VTK.exe starts …
04:05:17: The program ended unexpectedly.
04:05:17: The process was completed forcibly.
04:05:17: C: /Users/Tasik/Documents/Qt_prj/build-VTK-Desktop_Qt_5_12_5_MSVC2017_64bit-Debug/debug/VTK.exe failed.
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and compiler output:
04:05:17: Steps are being carried out for the VTK project …
04:05:17: Settings have not changed, the qmake stage is skipped.
04:05:17: It starts: "C: \ Qt \ Tools \ qtcreator-4.10.2 \ bin \ jom.exe"
C: \ Qt \ Tools \ qtcreator-4.10.2 \ bin \ jom.exe -f Makefile.Debug
04:05:17: The process “C: \ Qt \ Tools \ qtcreator-4.10.2 \ bin \ jom.exe” completed successfully.
04:05:17: Elapsed time: 00:00.
To run any example I add the following lines (I don’t know exactly why but I found it here https://stackoverflow.com/questions/18642155/no-override-found-for-vtkpolydatamapper:
Does anybody know how to solve this problem?
CMakeCache_VTK_820_debug.txt (107.4 KB)
Are you running the examples from Qt Creator? I get crashes like that when the runtime libraries are not visible (e.g. not in PATH). A program that uses Qt and VTK needs to see Qt’s and VTK’s runtime libraries (DLLs in Windows) otherwise it’ll fail.
Thank you for response,
Yes I run it from QtCreator but I have “C:\apps\MSVC_apps_debug\VTK\bin” directory in my PATH in QtCreator. So that allows me to run some simple examples. I use QMake and I add all libraries via:
LIBS += C:/apps/MSVC_apps_debug/VTK/lib/*.lib
INCLUDEPATH += C:/apps/MSVC_apps_debug/VTK/include/vtk-8.2
DEPENDPATH += C:/apps/MSVC_apps_debug/VTK/include/vtk-8.2
VTK build as shared libraries. I don’t have any idea what is the problem.
Do you have Qt’s DLL directory in PATH too?
Yes, here what I have in PATH that concerns Qt and VTK (I have two QtCreator: one compiled with MSVC 32 and other with MSVC 64):
Please, create a .BAT with the following:
Save it in the same directory of the EXE, open a prompt, go there and run the BAT to get any messages that may help in diagnosing the issue.
Also, triple check whether you are:
- not mixing release/debug versions of the libraries/exe;
- not mixing 32/64-bit versions of the libraries/exe.
This is critical and leads to many mysterious crashes under Windows.
Thank you, I checked that and that wasn’t the reason
I just found the reason why I didn’t get any descriptive errors. The answer was is to turn off the Windows Fault Tolerant Heap and now I get the following error:
cannot open C:\Windows\main.obj.5848.31.jom for write
I dont have any file in that folder with name “main”. I’m going to find the solution for that problem but this is not the VTK error.