python3 (3.8, 3.9, 3.10, 3.11)
This includes SMARTS but none of the examples.
# For Mac OS X users, ensure XQuartz is pre-installed. # Install the system requirements. You may use the `-y` option to enable # automatic assumption of "yes" to all prompts to avoid timeout from # waiting for user input. $ bash utils/setup/install_deps.sh # This should install the latest version of SMARTS from package index (generally PyPI). $ pip install 'smarts[camera_obs,sumo,example]'
Run the following commands to setup the SMARTS simulator.
$ git clone https://github.com/huawei-noah/SMARTS.git $ cd <path/to/SMARTS> # For latest stable release $ git checkout tags/<tag_name> # e.g., git checkout tags/v1.0.3
Alternatively, to use the current development (i.e., bleeding edge) version:
$ git checkout master
# For Mac OS X users, ensure XQuartz is pre-installed. # Install the system requirements. You may use the `-y` option to enable # automatic assumption of "yes" to all prompts to avoid timeout from # waiting for user input. $ bash utils/setup/install_deps.sh # Setup virtual environment. Presently at least Python 3.8 and higher is # officially supported. $ python3.8 -m venv .venv # Enter virtual environment to install dependencies. $ source .venv/bin/activate # Upgrade pip. $ pip install --upgrade pip # Install smarts with extras as needed. Extras include the following: # `camera_obs` - needed for rendering camera observations, and for testing. # `sumo` - needed for using SUMO scenarios. # `test` - needed for running tests. # `example` - needed for running examples. # `--config-settings editable_mode=strict` - may be needed depending on version of setuptools. # See https://github.com/huawei-noah/SMARTS/issues/2090. $ pip install -e '.[camera_obs,sumo,test,example]' --config-settings editable_mode=strict # Run sanity-test and verify they are passing. # If tests fail, check './sanity_test_result.xml' for test report. $ make sanity-test