Casacore A suite of c++ libraries for radio astronomy data processing. Installation Obtaining the source The casacore source code is maintained on github. You can obtain it using: $ git clone https://github.com/casacore/casacore Requirements To compile casacore you need to meet the following requirements: cmake gfortran g++ flex bison blas lapack cfitsio (3.181 or later) wcslib (4.20 or later) sofa (optional, only for testing casacore measures) fftw3 (optional) hdf5 (optional) numpy (optional) boost-python (optional) ncurses (optional) On Debian / Ubuntu you can install these with: $ sudo apt-get install build-essential cmake gfortran g++ libncurses5-dev \ libreadline-dev flex bison libblas-dev liblapacke-dev libcfitsio3-dev \ wcslib-dev and the optional libraries: $ sudo apt-get install libhdf5-serial-dev libfftw3-dev python-numpy \ libboost-python-dev libpython3.4-dev libpython2.7-dev On CentOS7 you can install these with: $ sudo yum install cmake cmake-gui gcc-gfortran gcc-c++ flex bison \ blas blas-devel lapack lapack-devel cfitsio cfitsio-devel \ wcslib wcslib-devel ncurses ncurses-devel readline readline-devel\ python-devel boost boost-devel fftw fftw-devel hdf5 hdf5-devel\ numpy boost-python Obtaining measures data Various parts of casacore require measures data, which requires regular updating. You can obtain the WSRT measures archive from the ASTRON FTP server: ftp://ftp.astron.nl/outgoing/Measures/ Extract this somewhere on a permanent location on your filesystem. Compilation In the casacore source folder run: mkdir build cd build cmake .. make make install there are various flags available to cmake to enable and disable options: $ cmake -DUSE_FFTW3=ON -DDATA_DIR=/usr/share/casacore/data -DUSE_OPENMP=ON \ -DUSE_HDF5=ON -DBUILD_PYTHON=ON -DUSE_THREADS=ON The DATA_DIR should point to the location where you extracted the measures data. Special variables %CASAROOT% and %CASAHOME% can be used here, which can be set at run time through the .casarc file. We have expirmental support for Python3 now. You can build python3 support using -DBUILD_PYTHON3=on. Note that CMake may have problems detecting the correct python3 libraries and headers, so probably you need to set them manually. For example: -DPYTHON3_LIBRARY=/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libpython3.4m.so -DPYTHON3_INCLUDE_DIR=/usr/include/python3.4 To configure Python2 specific settings use: PYTHON2_EXECUTABLE PYTHON2_LIBRARY PYTHON2_INCLUDE_DIR To configure Python3 specific settings use: PYTHON3_EXECUTABLE PYTHON3_LIBRARY PYTHON3_INCLUDE_DIR If you run into problems with boost libraries, try setting -DBoost_NO_BOOST_CMAKE=True. This will be necessary if you have the libraries from NRAO casa in your PATH or LD_LIBRARY_PATH. Ubuntu packages Casacore is part of the kern suite, which supplies precompiled binaries for Ubuntu 14.04 and 16.04 Documentation http://casacore.github.io/casacore Problems & bugs If you have any issues compiling or using casacore, please open an issue on the issue tracker on github. If you have patches please open a pull request. Your contributions are more than welcome! But to maintain a high code quality we have written a contribution manual, please read that first.
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