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{{code|git clone https://git.code.sf.net/p/flightgear/fgdata data}}
 
{{code|git clone https://git.code.sf.net/p/flightgear/fgdata data}}
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I would encourage people to access third party dependencies and OSG from Jenkins: you can build them if you wish, but it really is not needed. There is no advantage to doing that -- it only takes longer.
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{{code|git clone https://git.code.sf.net/p/flightgear/windows-3rd-party windows-3rd-party}}
 
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[http://build.flightgear.org:8080/job/3rdParty-Win/lastSuccessfulBuild/artifact/3rdParty.x64/*zip*/3rdParty.x64.zip prebuilt dependencies for 64 bit Windows (.zip)]
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[http://build.flightgear.org:8080/job/3rdParty-Win/lastSuccessfulBuild/artifact/boost/*zip*/boost.zip prebuilt Boost library (.zip)]
      
OSG is so unreliable at building and linking properly that I would very strongly recommend you to use the pre-built version: download this folder, and copy the <tt>archive/install/msvc140-64/OpenSceneGraph</tt> folder into the directory structure shown below.
 
OSG is so unreliable at building and linking properly that I would very strongly recommend you to use the pre-built version: download this folder, and copy the <tt>archive/install/msvc140-64/OpenSceneGraph</tt> folder into the directory structure shown below.
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After downloading these, I would suggest assembling a folder structure as below:
 
After downloading these, I would suggest assembling a folder structure as below:
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== FGMeta Style Directory Tree ==
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On Windows, assumptions on the directory structure are made to automate the discovery of dependencies. This recommended directory structure is described below. Clicking the links allows you to download pre-built parts. If you do not use the recommended structure you will need to enter paths by hand and some parts may not input correctly.
    
== Directory tree ==
 
== Directory tree ==
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