Checkout the repositories¶
To checkout all repositories to build a complete SeisComP distribution the following script can be used:
#!/bin/bash if [ $# -eq 0 ] then echo "$0 <target-directory>" exit 1 fi target_dir=$1 repo_path=https://github.com/SeisComP echo "Cloning base repository into $1" git clone $repo_path/seiscomp.git $1 echo "Cloning base components" cd $1/src/base git clone $repo_path/seedlink.git git clone $repo_path/common.git git clone $repo_path/main.git git clone $repo_path/extras.git echo "Cloning external base components" git clone $repo_path/contrib-gns.git git clone $repo_path/contrib-ipgp.git git clone $repo_path/contrib-sed.git echo "Done" cd ../../ echo "If you want to use 'mu', call 'mu register --recursive'" echo "To initialize the build, run 'make'."
Compiling SeisComP from source code¶
To build from source you will need to clone from one or more repositories (see above).
Before building, install all the dependencies, as described below in Dependencies.
The easiest way to compile SeisComP is to use the
provided which creates a build directory inside the source tree.
Perform the following steps:
Clone all required repositories (see above)
Configure the build
Press ‘c’ as long as ‘g’ appears
Press ‘g’ to generate the Makefiles
Enter the build directory and run
By default all files are installed under
This location can be changed with cmake or with its front end ccmake.
Basically the build directory can live anywhere. The following steps create a build directory, configure the build and start it:
$ mkdir sc-build $ cd sc-build $ ccmake /path/to/sc-src # Configure with ccmake $ make install
To compile the sources the following development packages are required (Debian/Ubuntu package names):
cmake + cmake-gui
The Python development libraries are required if Python wrappers should be compiled which is the default configuration. The development files must match the used Python interpreter of the system. If the system uses Python3 then Python3 development files must be present in exactly the same version as the used Python3 interpreter. The same holds for Python2.
Python-numpy is required if Numpy support is enable which is also the default configuration.