CMake C++ Installation¶
We recommend to use CMake for the installation since it is the most automated way to reach your needs. First of all make sure you have a sufficient version of CMake installed (3.9 minimum version required). If you are working on a machine without root privileges and you need to upgrade your CMake version a valid solution to overcome your problems is provided shut.
With a valid CMake version installed first of all clone the project as:
git clone https://github.com/Nico-Curti/DNetPRO cd DNetPRO
The you can build the DNetPRO package with
mkdir -p build cd build && cmake .. && cmake --build . --target install
or more easily
if you are working on a Windows machine the right script to call is the build.ps1.
If you want enable the OpenMP support (4.5 version is required) compile the library with -DOMP=ON.
If you want enable the Cython support compile the library with -DPYWRAP=ON. The Cython packages will be compiled and correctly positioned in the DNetPRO Python package.