Install Nonpareil

System requirements

Nonpareil binary: Nonpareil requires a C++ compiler. It has been tested on 64-bit machines with GCC versions ≥4.2.1, running Mac OSX and Red Hat Linux.

Nonpareil MPI: If you want to compile Nonpareil with MPI support, you will need OpenMPI (v > 1.4.3 tested). Other implementations of MPI could work, but are yet untested.

Nonpareil utilities: Requires R. No additional libraries are necessary.

Compilation

  1. Get the source

    Clone the repository from GitHub:

    git clone git://github.com/lmrodriguezr/nonpareil.git
    

    If you don’t have git, you can also download the TAR-Ball and unpack it with:

    tar zxvf nonpareil.tar.gz
    
  2. Compile

    Change directory into the newly created folder, and compile Nonpareil:

    cd nonpareil
    make
    

    If you want to compile Nonpareil MPI (see also MPI support), just run:

    make nonpareil-mpi
    

    In either case, you can specify the C++ compiler to be used setting the cpp or mpicpp variables, respectively. For example:

    make cpp=/usr/local/bin/g++ nonpareil # This compiles nonpareil with /usr/local/bin/g++
    make mpicpp=/usr/local/bin/mpic++ nonpareil-mpi # This compiles nonpareil-mpi with /usr/local/bin/mpic++
    
  3. Install

    If you want to make Nonpareil available system-wide, just run:

    sudo make install
    

    If you don’t have superuser privileges and/or want to install Nonpareil in a location other than /usr/local, simply set the prefix, for example:

    make prefix=$HOME/apps install
    

    You can also change the location of R, if it’s not in the $PATH or you want to use a non-standard installation:

    make prefix=$HOME R=~/bin/R install
    

    Other variables you can set explicitly for the install target are bindir (binaries directory) and mandir (documentation directory).