Thanks for sharing that Kovas.
I'm sure this will be helpful for people who don't want to/can't use
anaconda.

Best,
-greg


On Mon, Oct 2, 2017 at 7:34 PM, Kovas Palunas <kovas.palu...@arzeda.com>
wrote:

> Hi all,
>
>
> I thought I'd share a script I wrote to build RDKit and Boost together
> which has worked for me on Linux (CentOS) and Mac machines so far.  I run
> RDKit in a virtualenv Python environment (not in anaconda), so this may
> only be helpful for a small group of RDKitters.  Hopefully some of you
> do find this useful - it has personally saved me a lot of time getting
> RDKit installed on multiple machines.
>
>
> Note: please skim through the script to make sure you know what variables
> inside it are set to what before running - there are multiple ways to
> specify what code to build that may be useful for different purposes (and
> some are commented out).
>
>
> Make sure you pip install numpy before running (I should probably just add
> this to the script).
>
>
> Also, I have only tested this on RDKit 2016_09_3 and Boost 1_63_0.
>
>
>  - Kovas
>
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