I updated my graph-tool conda package, so it should work now as well:

But the virtalenv path is probably easier, especially if you need plotting. I had to create Glib and Xorg conda packages in order to get graph-tool plotting to work consistently across different Linux systems.


On Sat, Aug 20, 2016 at 12:04 AM, Felix Victor Münch <felix.v.muench@gmail.com> wrote:
Thanks! Yeah, that's actually quite straightforward, especially because I'm only working in virtual envs anyway. Stupid me … Will try it asap.
Almost preferable to a conda package which would have to be compiled every time again for a new version.

If anybody is still looking for one though, I found this:



On Wed, 17 Aug 2016 at 21:07 Philipp-Maximilian Jacob <pmj27@cam.ac.uk> wrote:

Hi Felix,


I fear I can’t help you with creating a conda package but I managed to get it to work by creating a virtual environment. You can find the instructions that I followed here: http://damcb.com/setting-up-a-scientific-python-working-environment.html


Best wishes,




From: Felix Victor Münch [mailto:felix.v.muench@gmail.com]
Sent: 17 August 2016 06:34
To: graph-tool@skewed.de
Subject: [graph-tool] conda package anyone?


Hi all,


is anybody aware, or planning to create, a conda package of the latest version of graph-tool? I tried to compile it myself but ran into a lot of issues that I could not solve due to my mediocre knowledge in doing so.





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