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[netCDF #IZL-451152]: Configuring NetCDF to Visual Studio 2013


For building on Windows with Visual Studio, we recommend using the 'cmake' tool 
to generate Visual Studio project files directly, instead of trying to maintain 
them by hand.  CMake is available from http://cmake.org, and is both a free 
download and open source software.

Similar to 'configure' on unix systems, cmake will generate project 
configuration files which can then be opened in Visual Studio and compiled.  
Full instructions may be found here:  


Alternatively, you may download pre-compiled libraries here:


Note that these precompiled libraries are built with Visual Studio 2010; I 
don't know if they are compatible with Visual Studio 2013, but I imagine they 
should be.  If they aren't, I can confirm that you should be able to build the 
libraries with cmake and Visual Studio 2013.

Please let me know if this doesn't help solve the problem; have a great day!


> Full Name: Shafny Mahir
> Email Address: address@hidden
> Organization: University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka
> Package Version:
> Operating System: Windows 8
> Hardware:
> Description of problem:
> I'm trying to configure NetCDF with Visual Studio 2013 IDE. In my project
> properties, I set the paths as follows:
> VC++ Direcories -> Library Directories = C:\Program Files (x86)\netCDF
>\bin;C:\Program Files (x86)\netCDF\lib;
> C/C++ -> Additional Include Directories -> C:\Program Files (x86)\netCDF
> Linker -> Input -> Additional Dependencies = netcdf.lib
> But I cannot access the netCDF Namespace. Header file is OK.
> Is there any problem in my configuration?
> Please help me through this issue.

Ticket Details
Ticket ID: IZL-451152
Department: Support netCDF
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed

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