In addition to a working gcc build environment, install the following libraries, e.g. using apt: boost (dev packages, at least version 1.54), snappy, zlib, cmake.
For example on Ubuntu (14.04 to 16.04) should install all the dependencies you need:
apt-get install cmake cython g++ libboost-all-dev libsnappy-dev libzzip-dev python-stdeb zlib1g-dev
In addition to a working build setup (Xcode) install the following libraries using Homebrew:
brew install boost --c++11 brew install snappy brew install lzlib brew install cmake
Now you should be able to compile as explained above.
cmake to build keyvi executables along with unit tests.
mkdir build_dir_<BUILD_TYPE> cd build_dir_<BUILD_TYPE> cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=<BUILD_TYPE> .. make
<BUILD_TYPE> can be
coverage or any other available by default in
To run cpp unit tests just execute
The cpp part of keyvi has to pass the https://pypi.python.org/pypi/cpplint checks as well as https://clang.llvm.org/docs/ClangFormat.html (5.0.0 at the moment, defined by our travis CI configuration).
The configuration of both tools is part of the project. You can check your changes against the config using the
check-style.sh script. For your convenience consider using a plugin for your IDE of choice (e.g. CppStyle for Eclipse).
Formatting is not done automatically for you but code neads to be cleanly pushed.
The check must pass for all changed, including new, files.