If you have robotpy-installer on your computer, then installing
is very simple:
# While connected to the internet robotpy-installer download-opkg python37-robotpy-cscore # While connected to the network with a RoboRIO on it robotpy-installer install-opkg python37-robotpy-cscore
For additional details about running robotpy-installer on your computer, see the robotpy-installer documentation.
Non-roboRIO installation (compiling from source)¶
If you’re not installing on a RoboRIO, then installation of cscore has a few additional steps that you need to do:
Install a newer C++ compiler that supports C++14
robotpy-cscore has not been tested on Windows
Install Python 3 (cscore is not supported on Python 2) and development headers
Ensure that you have a recent version of pip3/setuptools installed (either via pip3 or using a Linux package manager)
- It has been reported that build failures may occur with certain combinations of pip/setuptools installed
Install Numpy (either via pip3 or using a Linux package manager)
Install OpenCV (either via a Linux package manager or compile from source)
- If you compile from source, you must enable shared library support, cscore cannot use a statically compiled OpenCV python module at this time
Install robotpy-cscore via pip3. It should be as easy as running
pip3 install --no-build-isolation robotpy-cscore– though be warned, it takes several minutes to compile!
In the future we may provide binaries that can be installed on commonly used platforms, but there are a number of technical challenges that need to be solved and so that won’t be until at least 2018 if not later.