This guide explains how to install OR-Tools from source, with support for Java, on MacOS. Unless you plan to modify the source code or use a third-party solver with OR-Tools, we recommend the binary installation.
Although these instructions might also work on other MacOS variants, we have only tested them on machines meeting the following requirements:
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- Build the source code. To build the source code, open a terminal and navigate to the directory where you extracted the files. Then enter the following command to compile OR-Tools: make java Test.
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The following sections describe the prerequisites for installing OR-Tools from source.
Xcode Command Line Tools
You must install the Xcode Command Line Tools. To do so, open the Terminal, found in
/Applications/Utilities/, and enter:
Click “Install” to download and install Xcode Command Line Tools. You don’t need to 'Get Xcode' from the App Store. If you have a slow Internet connection, it may take many minutes.
Verify that you’ve successfully installed Xcode Command Line Tools:
You should see:
To install the remaining prerequisites, we recommend first installing the 'missing package manager for macOS' otherwise known as Homebrew. To do so, open a terminal window and enter:
To verify that you’ve successfully installed brew:
You should see:
To install C++ tools, open a terminal window and enter:
To install SWIG tool, open a terminal window and enter:
To install Java tools, open a terminal window and enter:
Download the source code
There are two distinct branches of the OR-Tools source code onGitHub: stable and master.The stable branch has been thoroughly tested and should work flawlessly on allsupported platforms. The master branch is where the latest updates and improvementshave been applied; it's more current, but less stable.
Download the stable source code
You can get the stable source code for OR-Tools in either of the following ways:
- Clone the stable branch by entering
- Download the latest release in a compressed file, byclicking the Clone or download buttonin GitHub.
Download the master source code
To retrieve the source code from the master branch, enter
Download previous releases
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You can get the source code for previous releases in either of the following ways:
- Download a previous release from the GitHub release page.
- Assuming you have already created a local repository (by
git clone), you can check out a specific release using a Git tag. For example, to work with the v8.0 release instead of the master branch, enter the following commands in your local repo:
Build third parties
Before building OR-Tools, you'll need to build the required third party software.
Open a terminal and navigate to the directory where you extracted the files. Then enter:
Since v7.8, SCIP is now integrated so you won't have to install it manually.Warning:While OR-Tools ships with SCIP, please consult theSCIP license to ensure that you are complying with it.
Gurobi is now pre-integrated. When needed, at runtime, OR-Tools will search for the Gurobi shared library in the default install path of the Gurobi installers on MAC OS X and Windows, or by using the
GUROBI_HOME environment variable.
Using an optional third-party solver
You can also use OR-Tools with any of the following optional third-party solvers whose support is disabled by default:
- GLPK(Linux and MacOS only)
To configure OR-Tools to use one of these solvers, do the following steps:
- Install the optional solver following the vendor instruction.
Makefile.localand add the path to the directory where you have installed the solver. For example, for CPLEX you would add this:
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Build the source code
To build the source code, open a terminal and navigate to the directory where you extracted the files. Then enter the following command to compile OR-Tools:
Test the source code
You can check that everything is running correctly by entering:
This runs a selection of examples for OR-Tools. If all the examples run successfully, you are ready to get started with OR-Tools.
Cleaning the build files
If you need to re-install OR-Tools, the command:
will remove all compiled dependencies and
Makefile.local. This can be useful for resetting to a clean state.
Then re-enter the commands