[Networkit] How do you deal with the incompatible dependencies of *networkit*?
maximilian.vogel at student.kit.edu
Tue Jan 20 10:42:08 CET 2015
you can have pip installed for Python 2 and Python 3 aswell. So you can
do the following:
pip install scons
pip3 install networkit
For manual installation you need to clone the repository and then type:
python3 setup.py install
(of course with SCons installed beforehand)
On 20.01.2015 10:34, Chen Houwu wrote:
> But I can’t run |pip3 install network| of course.
> And if I run |pip install network|, the installation will also fail too.
> So… seems I can only build manually in python 2, and when finished,
> shift to python3 and then install, right?
> Is there any instructions for manual installation? I did not find it
> in the documentation.
> Chen Howu
> On 2015年1月20日 at 17:26:25, Christian Staudt
> (christian.staudt at kit.edu <mailto:christian.staudt at kit.edu>) wrote:
>> Hi Chen,
>> There's no real incompatibility here, let me clarify:
>> - networkit is a Python 3 package
>> - scons, the build driver program, runs on Python 2
>> - You can have both Python 2 and 3 installed on your system. Package
>> managers usually let you handle these installations in a user
>> friendly way.
>> Hope that helps,
>> ps. Your request to join the email list has been approved.
>> On 20.01.2015, at 04:25, Chen Houwu <chenhouwu at gmail.com
>> <mailto:chenhouwu at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>> I try two days in various ways, but still can’t install networkit.
>>> I just wonder how do you deal with the following incompatibility:
>>> - networkit requires python3, without compatibility on python2.
>>> - networkit depends on sons
>>> - scons requires python2, without compatibility on python 3.
>>> I request to join the email list, but seems did not get approved,
>>> So I write to you directly.
>>> Sorry for disturbing you.
>>> Chen Howu
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