No matter what kind of setup you choose, you'll have to edit one single file that is located in the same place relative to the project directory and whose name is the same in all configurations,
src/BaseApp.cpp. Open it. We will try to understand what the different lines of code mean.
#include "cinder/app/AppBasic.h" #include "cinder/gl/gl.h"
These are the initial
include statements that are responsible for including all the necessary Cinder stuff before we start to write our actual Cinder code.
using namespace ci; using namespace ci::app; using namespace std;
Here we tell the compiler that we are going to use some namespaces. We do that to avoid writing the namespace names before the variables and methods that are defined in those ...