These installation instructions have been tested on Ubuntu 16.04 and macOS 10.12.
Downloading the distribution
First let’s download the source distribution from https://bitbucket.org/ariadne-cps/release-1.0. It is possible to clone the repository using the git version control software, or simply to download the repository as a package.
Installing the dependencies
For the Ubuntu installation, we will refer to packages available on Aptitude. The macOS installation instead will assume you are using the Brew package manager.
The library dependencies of Ariadne are the following:
Aptitude packages required:
cmake libboost-system-dev libboost-serialization-dev libboost-thread-dev libgtk2.0-dev libcairo2-dev libbdd-dev
First, install Homebrew from http://brew.sh/. This operation will also ask to install the Command Line Developer Tools from the Apple Store. Such tools are also required to build the sources.
The Homebrew packages required are:
cmake boost gtk cairo, therefore issue
$ brew install cmake boost gtk cairo
No Buddy package is offered, hence you need to compile the library from https://sourceforge.net/projects/buddy/ :
- Download and extract the Buddy package
From the extracted directory:
$ ./configure $ make $ make install
Optionally, if you want to build the documentation, you need Doxygen and a working Latex distribution (including the Math packages).
Building the distribution
The build system used is CMake. The compiler we tested the library under Ubuntu is g++, while for macOS is clang. To build the distribution in a clean way, it is preferable that you set up a build subdirectory from the root of the Ariadne director. For example:
$ mkdir build $ cd build
Then you can prepare the build environment:
$ cmake ..
At this point, if no error arises, you can build the distribution itself:
In particular, if you need to build the library only, you can issue
$ make ariadne
or if you want to build the tests along the library, do
$ make tests
If the tests have been built, you can run the test suite for the library:
$ make test
where no error should appear.
If you have correctly installed Doxygen and a Latex distribution and you want to build the documentation, you have to issue the following:
$ make doc
Installing the library globally
To install the library globally, you must issue
$ make install
To find the installed library under Ubuntu, you may need to set the
LD_LIBRARY_PATH variable in the .bashrc file:
To test the correctness of the global installation, you may copy the
tutorial/ example into any location of your file system and build it. The tutorial relies on Ariadne being present within system library and include directories.