SIproc is written using C++ and compatible with both CMake (https://cmake.org/) and the vcpkg (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/cpp/build/vcpkg) package manager.
STIM (https://git.stim.ee.uh.edu/codebase/stimlib) is also required.
Step-by-step instructions (Windows):
1) Download and install CMake (https://cmake.org/) 2) Download and install Git (https://git-scm.com/) 3) Download and install vcpkg (https://github.com/microsoft/vcpkg):
git clone https://github.com/Microsoft/vcpkg.git cd vcpkg
4) Install the required packages:
vcpkg install boost:x64-windows vcpkg install glew:x64-windows vcpkg install freeglut:x64-windows vcpkg install clapack:x64-windows
5) Clone SIproc:
git clone https://git.stim.ee.uh.edu/release/siproc.git
6) Run CMake, and select the cloned siproc directory and your choice of build location 7) Configure the build environment: a) Click Configure b) Select your preferred build environment (ex. Visual Studio) c) Set the platform to x64 d) Select the option to Specify toolchain file for cross-compiling e) Click __ Next__ f) When asked, provide the vcpkg toolchain file in:
g) Assuming no errors were encountered, click Generate 8) Click Open Project to open your build environment 9) Build the project (ex. Visual Studio's Build Project)