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Installation Options

TubeTK is currently only available as source code. It is known to compile on Windows, Linux, and Macs.

In the future we will provide binaries for standard platforms.

System requirements

Installing from Source

1. Check on the status of TubeTK

The TubeTK Dashboard reports on the nightly build process of TubeTK. Check this to make sure the current version of TubeTK is compiling and that the relevant tests are passing on your platform:

2. Build the toolkit