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Build & Test from source

You can build onnc source with either CMake or Automake building system.

Building with CMake

There are 2 modes, Release mode and debug mode, provided in CMake building system.

Release mode

Recommended for common use.

Release mode will build onnc with basic optimizations, and skip debug informations.

Notice: Release mode will NOT build unit tests.

Step 1: Configure

$ mkdir -p build && cd build
$ cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release ..

It will create build directory, get into it and configure with Release build type.

Step 2: Build

$ make -j4

It will compile sources with 4 threads concurrently. You can modify -j4 option to meet your needs.

Step 3: Install

$ sudo make install

It will install essential files to /usr/local.

Debug mode

Recommended for development use.

Debug mode will build onnc with debug settings, unit tests and some debug informations.

Step 1: Configure

$ mkdir -p build && cd build
$ cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug ..

It will create build directory, get into it and configure with Debug build type.

Step 2: Build

$ make -j4

It will compile sources with 4 threads concurrently. You can modify -j4 option to meet your needs.

Step 3: Test

$ ctest

It will trigger all unit tests by CTest.

If you want to execute single unit test, you can find it in build/tools/unittests directory.

Step 4: Install

$ sudo make install

It will install essential files to /usr/local.

Advanced configurations

You can override default configurations by simply add -DENTRY=VALUE �options to the configure command. The ENTRY and VALUE can be replaced according to the following table:

"Path string" of value means you have to provide a string of a directory path, and "File path string" means you have to provide a string of a file path.

Entry Available values Default Description
CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX Path string /usr/local Path to install onnc into
CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE Debug,Release Release Build mode
LLVM_CONFIG File path string System default path Path of llvm-config
ONNX_INCLUDE_DIR Path string System default path Path to include directory of onnx
ONNX_LIBRARIES File path string list System default paths Path of onnx and onnx_proto libraries
ONNX_LIBRARIE_onnx File path string System default path Path of onnx library
ONNX_LIBRARIE_onnx_proto File path string System default path Path of onnx_proto library
ONNX_NAMESPACE string onnx Namespace of onnx
SKYPAT_INCLUDE_DIR Path string /usr/local/include Path to include directory of SkyPat
SKYPAT_LIBRARIES File path string System default path Path of SkyPat library
TARGET_ALL ON,OFF ON Whether to build all targets
TARGET_SOPHON ON,OFF ON Whether to build Sophon targets
TARGET_X86 ON,OFF ON Whether to build X86 targets
USE_LLVM ON,OFF ON Whether to use LLVM
ENABLE_CLOCK_GETTIME ON,OFF OFF Whether to enable clock_gettime function
ENABLE_GETTIMEOFDAY ON,OFF ON Whether to enable gettimeofday function
ENABLE_PTHREAD ON,OFF ON Whether to enable pthread
ENABLE_UNITTEST ON,OFF ON Whether to build unit test
ENABLE_WERROR ON,OFF OFF Whether to use -Werror flag
USE_MKLDNN ON,OFF ON Whether to use MKLDNN for libonnc-rt
MKLDNN_ROOT File path string System default path Path of MKLDNN libraries

Use cmake -L .. inside build directory to get more detailed options.