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Re: [igraph] Getting the latest development version of igraph

From: Richard Geddes
Subject: Re: [igraph] Getting the latest development version of igraph
Date: Sat, 08 Dec 2007 14:00:51 -0500
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I followed the steps and completed the following commands with output to cerr (the return value indicates no error though)
$0> tla register-archive http://cneurocvs.rmki.kfki.hu/arch/address@hidden
Failed to access file '.archive-version'
Could not determine archive format, guessing to be tla 1.0
Registering archive: address@hidden

$0> tla my-default-archive address@hidden

$0> tla get igraph--main--0.5 igraph-dev-0.5
Failed to access file '.archive-version'
Could not determine archive format, guessing to be tla 1.0
* from archive cached: address@hidden/igraph--main--0.5--patch-250
* patching for revision: address@hidden/igraph--main--0.5--patch-251
* patching for revision: address@hidden/igraph--main--0.5--patch-252
* patching for revision: address@hidden/igraph--main--0.5--patch-253
* patching for revision: address@hidden/igraph--main--0.5--patch-254
* patching for revision: address@hidden/igraph--main--0.5--patch-255
* patching for revision: address@hidden/igraph--main--0.5--patch-256
* patching for revision: address@hidden/igraph--main--0.5--patch-257
* making pristine copy
* tree version set address@hidden/igraph--main--0.5

I assume nothing major from the 'Failed..' messages as tla continued until a copy of the igraph-dev-0.5 directory was built.

I installed autoconf, automake, and libtool.  Hopefully that is all I will need.

I previously installed igraph-0.4.4 on this system.  I haven't run these programs yet:

make install

- should I be root (sudo) to run these programs?
- will there be a conflict between the two versions?  If not, will there be a way to discriminate between the two versions on my system?   What would you advise in this case?

Thank you

Gabor Csardi wrote:

that sounds easy, I mean it is easy to install the required tools 
for Ubuntu. I'm running igraph on a 64 machines myself, for graphs 
about the same size, most of the time not even from C, but from GNU R.
I don't think there will be any problems.


On Sat, Dec 08, 2007 at 11:40:18AM -0500, Richard Geddes wrote:

Thanks for the info.� I'll give it a try and let you know if I encounter

I have 2 systems:
- my development system (32-bit Ubuntu 7.10 desktop with GUI and Eclipse)
- my production system - 64-bit Ubuntu 7.10 server - no GUI, basically stripped
down linux to run programs on large graphs - up to 5 million nodes and up to 25
million edges.� The values produced in analysis can overflow the 32-bit

So far, non-igraph programs running in both my systems have no problems...
should I expect any difficulties in moving to the 64-bit machine for igraph

Thank you



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