Install package with pip
To install with pip:
$ pip install scikit-build
Install from source
To install scikit-build from the latest source, first obtain the source code:
$ git clone https://github.com/scikit-build/scikit-build $ cd scikit-build
then install with:
$ pip install .
$ pip install -e .
The project has a few common Python package dependencies. The runtime dependencies are:
The build time dependencies (also required for development) are:
The same compiler toolchain used to build the CPython interpreter should also be available. Refer to the CPython Developer's Guide for details about the compiler toolchain for your operating system.
For example, on Ubuntu Linux, install with:
$ sudo apt-get install build-essential
On Mac OSX, install XCode to build packages for the system Python.
On Windows, install the version of Visual Studio used to create the target version of CPython
The easiest way to get CMake is :ref:`to add it to the pyproject.toml file <basic_usage_example>`. With pip 10 or later, this will cause the CMake Python package to be downloaded and installed when your project is built.
To manually install the cmake package from PyPI:
$ pip install cmake
To install the cmake package in conda:
$ conda install -c conda-forge cmake
You can also download the standard CMake binaries for your platform.
Alternatively, build CMake from source with a C++ compiler if binaries are not available for your operating system.