Folly is an open-source C++ library developed and used at Facebook.
folly requires gcc 4.8+ and a version of boost compiled with C++11 support.
Please download googletest from https://googletest.googlecode.com/files/gtest-1.7.0.zip and unzip it in the folly/test subdirectory.
This release is old, requiring many upgrades. However, since Travis CI runs on 12.04,
folly/build/deps_ubuntu_12.04.sh is provided, and upgrades all the required packages.
The following packages are required (feel free to cut and paste the apt-get command below):
sudo apt-get install \ g++ \ automake \ autoconf \ autoconf-archive \ libtool \ libboost-all-dev \ libevent-dev \ libdouble-conversion-dev \ libgoogle-glog-dev \ libgflags-dev \ make \ binutils-dev \ libjemalloc-dev \ libssl-dev
The packages listed above for Ubuntu 13.10 are required, as well as:
sudo apt-get install \ libiberty-dev
The above packages are sufficient for Ubuntu 13.10 and Ubuntu 14.04.
In the folly directory, run
autoreconf -ivf ./configure make make check sudo make install
folly is available as a Formula and releases may be built via
brew install folly.
You may also use
folly/build/bootstrap-osx-homebrew.sh to build against
cd folly ./build/bootstrap-osx-homebrew.sh make make check
Install the required packages from MacPorts:
sudo port install \ autoconf \ automake \ boost \ gflags \ git \ google-glog \ libevent \ libtool \ scons \
Download and install double-conversion:
git clone https://github.com/google/double-conversion.git cd double-conversion cmake -DBUILD_SHARED_LIBS=ON . make sudo make install
Download and install folly with the parameters listed below:
git clone https://github.com/facebook/folly.git cd folly/folly autoreconf -ivf ./configure CPPFLAGS="-I/opt/local/include" LDFLAGS="-L/opt/local/lib" make sudo make install
Download and build double-conversion. You may need to tell configure where to find it.
ln -s src double-conversion
./configure LDFLAGS=-L$DOUBLE_CONVERSION_HOME/ CPPFLAGS=-I$DOUBLE_CONVERSION_HOME/
additional platform specific dependencies:
Fedora 21 64-bit