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Re: [igraph] install w/anaconda?

From: David Robinson
Subject: Re: [igraph] install w/anaconda?
Date: Fri, 30 Aug 2013 07:59:34 -0600

I apologize for the installation question, but I've been moving from platform
to platform to keep customers happy. Getting Python (and packages) loaded on
the various Windows platforms drove me to the edge of insanity. I'm back on a
Mac and I thought things were going to be simpler. The particulars are: Python
2.7.5 (via anaconda), OS X 10.7.5 (Lion). (Using the usual package
installation route, I ran into scipy install problems no finding gfortran so I
just went with Anaconda. )
Anaconda is different in that the entire python system and packages are
installed relative to this python:
% which python
% /Users/drobin/anaconda/bin/python
This effective moves everything to ~/anaconda/bin, ~/anaconda/lib, etc.
Installers such as pip, brew, easy_install are still available, but the install
locations are relative to ~/anaconda .
I tried to adapt the instructions in the following message to my case:
On the off-chance it will help, here is the output from running make on the
On the one hand it feels like a path problem, but something else is amiss I'm
Many thanks for any suggestions.

Just in case someone else runs into this problem: 

I have successfully loaded igraph this morning by downloading and installing a new version of libtool-2.4.2.tar, running ./configure & make & make install within the libtool directory. I was then able to complete the igraph installation using the steps outlined in the msg referenced above.

[still have not run tests, but it imports to python without complaint.]


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