Install via pip (Win/Linux/Mac 64-bit)

Binary pip packages for libRoadRunner are available from PyPI and support 64-bit Python versions 2.7, 3.5, and 3.6 for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Pip packages are tested on Fedora 22, Debian 8, Ubuntu 14.04, and Mac OS X 10.10. Releases are signed using Kyle Medley’s GPG key 9BE0E97B (instructions for verifying).

pip install libroadrunner

If you have multiple Python installations (e.g. Anaconda etc.), you can use the full path to your Python executable to find pip:

/path/to/your/python -m pip install libroadrunner

Building from source

Building RoadRunner from source can be a lengthy process. It is also somewhat non-standard because we provide CMake scripts for all the dependencies as well. This makes it easier for us to maintain the project on three separate platforms. The following link contains platform-generic instructions:

Instructions for building from source.