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You can set more CMake variables adding< code > linking and adding include directories</td ></tr >< tr >< td valign="top"> c CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH</td >< td > Additional search path for the contrib libraries[MacOSX only] If you want to use libraries installed via Homebrew or MacPorts you might need to provide the corresponding paths< code > this flag can be used to disable those parts of the documentation and the tests that need an X Server (Default:On)</td ></tr >< tr >< td valign
 

Variables

You can set more CMake variables adding< code > DVARIABLE
 
You can set more CMake variables adding< code > linking and adding include directories</td ></tr >< tr >< td valign="top"> c CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH</td >< td > Additional search path for the contrib libraries[MacOSX only] If you want to use libraries installed via Homebrew or MacPorts you might need to provide the corresponding paths< code > DCMAKE_PREFIX_PATH
 

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◆ Server()

You can set more CMake variables adding<code> linking and adding include directories</td></tr><tr><td valign="top"> c CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH</td><td> Additional search path for the contrib libraries [MacOSX only] If you want to use libraries installed via Homebrew or MacPorts you might need to provide the corresponding paths<code> this flag can be used to disable those parts of the documentation and the tests that need an X Server ( Default:On  )

Variable Documentation

◆ DCMAKE_PREFIX_PATH

You can set more CMake variables adding<code> linking and adding include directories</td></tr><tr><td valign="top"> c CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH</td><td> Additional search path for the contrib libraries [MacOSX only] If you want to use libraries installed via Homebrew or MacPorts you might need to provide the corresponding paths<code> DCMAKE_PREFIX_PATH
Initial value:
=/usr/local/Cellar</code> for Homebrew
<code>-DCMAKE_PREFIX_PATH=/opt/local</code> for MacPorts
Please keep in mind that both Homebrew and MacPorts do not provide all libraries so
you also need to specify the path to your self-build contrib via -DOPENMS_CONTRIB_LIBS
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<td valign="top">\c Qt5_DIR</td>
<td>Additional search path for the Qt5 CMake files. Use <tt>/PATH/TO/QT_INSTALLATION/lib/cmake/Qt5</tt> as value.</td>
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<td valign="top">\c HAS_XSERVER=On/Off</td>
<td>[Linux/MacOS only] Defines if a running X Server is available when building %OpenMS.
As building parts of the documentation and running certain tests requires
a running X Server

◆ DVARIABLE

You can set more CMake variables adding<code> DVARIABLE
Initial value:
=VALUE</code> options when calling CMake.
The most important CMake variables are:
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<td valign="top">\c OPENMS_CONTRIB_LIBS</td>
<td>Separate search path for the contrib libraries from github.com/OpenMS/contrib that is internally considered before
CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH for searching
OpenMS::Constants::c
const double c
DCMAKE_PREFIX_PATH
You can set more CMake variables adding< code > linking and adding include directories</td ></tr >< tr >< td valign="top"> c CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH</td >< td > Additional search path for the contrib libraries[MacOSX only] If you want to use libraries installed via Homebrew or MacPorts you might need to provide the corresponding paths< code > DCMAKE_PREFIX_PATH
Definition: common-cmake-parameters.doxygen:19
OpenMS
Main OpenMS namespace.
Definition: FeatureDeconvolution.h:46
Server
You can set more CMake variables adding< code > linking and adding include directories</td ></tr >< tr >< td valign="top"> c CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH</td >< td > Additional search path for the contrib libraries[MacOSX only] If you want to use libraries installed via Homebrew or MacPorts you might need to provide the corresponding paths< code > this flag can be used to disable those parts of the documentation and the tests that need an X Server(Default:On)</td ></tr >< tr >< td valign