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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 11:40:18 -0500
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Thanks for the info.  I'll give it a try and let you know if I encounter problems.

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 machine.

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 libraries?

Thank you

Gabor Csardi wrote:

what is your operating system? 
If you happen to have linux then there should be a tla package 
for your distribution, eg. in Debian or Ubuntu Linux all
you need is typing 

apt-get install tla 

The arch homepage is here:
This seems to be good starting point if you have MS Windows or OSX:

As for using tla itself, it is quite easy, first your register the 
igraph archive:

tla register-archive http://cneurocvs.rmki.kfki.hu/arch/address@hidden
tla my-default-archive address@hidden

Then you get the sources into a directory called igraph-dev-0.5:

tla get igraph--main--0.5 igraph-dev-0.5

To update your archive all you need is to go into the igraph-dev-0.5 
directory and type 

tla update

Compiling the development version needs autoconf and automake, libtool, 
maybe more tools as well. It can be done with something like:

make install

If you want to create an R package, you also need Python installed,
and obviously, GNU R too. Do this:

cd interfaces/R

Tell me if you need more help,

On Fri, Dec 07, 2007 at 10:12:35PM -0500, Richard Geddes wrote:

I'd like to get the latest version of the igraph libraries, however, I'm
only familiar with the subversion version control system.  Could someone
point me in the right direction so I can install the development version
on my system.  I'm not familiar with "the tla arch revision control system".

Thank you

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