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Before opening an issue on creating a pull request, please check the following:

Tip

  • Make sure your read the FAQ before asking a new question, search existing issues for a problem similar to yours.

  • Make sure you read the information contained in the libigl homepage as well as the tutorial.

General Issues

  • If you are using the master branch, please checkout the latest version of the dev branch and verify that your issue has not been fixed already before opening an issue on github.

  • To report a problem about the website (out-of-date content, erroneous instructions or errors in the tutorial), please open your issue in the designated repository for the website.

Compilation Issues

  • If you are on Windows, did you select the x64 version of the Visual Studio compiler?

  • If you have a CMake issue, make sure you follow the same approach as the libigl-example-project to build libigl with your project, and make sure that you can compile the example project.

  • If you have an issue with a submodule, then you are using an old version of libigl. Please read this page about the transition to v2.0.0.

  • If you have an issue with downloading an external dependency using the CMake build, nuke the external/ folder and try again.

  • If you have an issue with a missing template, check that your code compiles with the header-only option of libigl activated. Turn OFF the CMake option LIBIGL_USE_STATIC_LIBRARY: either modify your CMakeCache.txt via CMake GUI or ccmake, or delete your CMakeCache.txt and re-run cmake -DLIBIGL_USE_STATIC_LIBRARY=OFF .. in your build folder.

  • If none of these solve your problem, then please report your issue in the bug tracker!