Download and install
Build from source (Linux/macOS/Windows)
The source is of Cadabra is distributed via github, see the kpeeters/cadabra2 repository for more details, including the pre-requisites.
You can build .deb and .rpm packages yourself when building from
source, by running
sudo cpack after a successful
build. Note that on rpm systems this requires the use
cpack3; the default cmake will lead to a broken package.
Packages for various Linux distributions and for Windows (beta!) are available for download here. Installation on macOS can be done through HomeBrew or Conda; see below.
Use at your own risk. Because of time constraints some of these packages receive almost no testing, so any feedback is welcome. If you want to help getting these into official distribution repositories, please let me know.
brew tap caskroom/cask
brew cask install mactexAfter that, you can install Cadabra using
brew tap kpeeters/repo
brew install cadabra2
/usr/local/bin/python3 -m pip install sympy gmpy2Please not that this has not yet received a lot of testing; if you encounter problems, please email email@example.com so they can be fixed and other people can benefit from it.
conda config --add channels conda-forge
conda config --set channel_priority strictand then install these packages by using one of the following lines:
conda install cadabra2
conda install cadabra2-gtk
conda install cadabra2-jupyter-kernel
Is your distribution not listed above? Either build Cadabra from source (see below) or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request a package for your distribution.