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libigl example project

A blank project example showing how to use libigl and cmake. Feel free and encouraged to copy or fork this project as a way of starting a new personal project using libigl.

See the tutorial first

Then build, run and understand the libigl tutorial.

Compile

Compile this project using the standard cmake routine:

mkdir build
cd build
cmake ..
make

This should find and build the dependencies and create a example_bin binary.

Run

From within the build directory just issue:

./example_bin

A glfw app should launch displaying a 3D cube.

Dependencies

The only dependencies are stl, eigen, libigl and the dependencies of the igl::opengl::glfw::Viewer.

We recommend you to install libigl using git via:

git clone https://github.com/libigl/libigl.git
cd libigl/
git submodule update --init --recursive
cd ..

If you have installed libigl at /path/to/libigl/ then a good place to clone this library is /path/to/libigl-example-project/.

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