[Networkit] Pro

Matteo Riondato matteo at cs.brown.edu
Wed Jul 19 15:01:59 CEST 2017

> On Jul 19, 2017, at 8:31 AM, Fra L. <francescolandolina at gmail.com> wrote:
> I install numpy and scippi with pip and i have but the installation failed with the message :

>     sh: pip3: command not found

This message is weird.

I don’t know anything about anaconda, but I would be worried about the status of my anaconda environment if I saw this.

>     Requirement already satisfied: ipython in /Users/mac-francesco-landolina/anaconda/lib/python3.6/site-packages
>     ERROR: Test compilation with the following binary names was unsuccessful: g++, g++-7, g++-6.1, g++-6, g++-5.3, g++-5.2, g++-5.1, g++-5, g++-4.9, g++-4.8, clang++, clang++-3.8, clang++-3.7. Make sure you have either g++ (>= 4.8) or clang++ (>= 3.7) properly installed

You need a c++ compiler.
Please see the (apparently incomplete, see my previous message on this list in reply to Kolja and Simona ) list of requirements on https://networkit.iti.kit.edu/get_started.html.


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