To be able to compile pgRouting make sure that the following dependencies are met:
- C and C++0x compilers
- Postgresql version >= 9.1
- PostGIS version >= 2.0
- The Boost Graph Library (BGL). Version >= 1.46
- CMake >= 2.8.8
- CGAL >= 4.2
- (optional, for Documentation) Sphinx >= 1.1
- (optional, for Documentation as PDF) Latex >= [TBD]
PgRouting uses the cmake system to do the configuration.
The following instructions start from path/to/pgrouting/
Ccreate the build directory
$ mkdir build
$ cd build $ cmake -L ..
The documentation configurable variables are:
|WITH_DOC:||BOOL=OFF – Turn on/off building the documentation|
|BUILD_HTML:||BOOL=ON – If WITH_DOC=ON, turn on/off building HTML|
|BUILD_LATEX:||BOOL=OFF – If WITH_DOC=ON, turn on/off building PDF|
|BUILD_MAN:||BOOL=OFF – If WITH_DOC=ON, turn on/off building MAN pages|
Configuring with documentation
$ cmake -DWITH_DOC=ON ..
Most of the effort of the documentation has being on the html files.
Using make to build the code and the docuemtnation
The following instructions start from path/to/pgrouting/build
$ make # build the code but not the documentation $ make doc # build only the documentation $ make all doc # build both the code and the documentation
Installation and reinstallation¶
We have tested on several plataforms, For installing or reinstalling all the steps are needed.
The sql signatures are configured and build in the cmake command.
For MinGW on Windows¶
$ mkdir build $ cd build $ cmake -G"MSYS Makefiles" .. $ make $ make install
The following instructions start from path/to/pgrouting
$ mkdir build $ cd build $ cmake .. $ make $ sudo make install