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Any suggestions will be greatly apprecated.
Hi @CBrauer It seems the repo does not have LibMF sub module cloned can you please run the below command from machinelearning root:
git submodule update --init --recursive
Also if you are building from Windows please follow developer guide for windows here and make sure to have all necessary prerequisites including C++ extension for Visual Studio.
Our instructions assume you will clone the repo and this is a well-practiced routine on github.
But, I also understand not all users are capable to infer that a github repo needs to be cloned when the “developer guide”(linked in this issue and even on our main page) clearly states “In order to fetch dependencies which come through Git submodules the following command needs to be run before building: git submodule update --init.”
Even if you downloaded the repo it seems you didn’t read that line in developer guide otherwise you would have tried to execute it and figured this out :)
That being said, i’ll enhance our guide with explicit instruction to clone this repo ...