How Landlab Specifies Dependencies¶
The Landlab package dependencies are found in the top-level directory file
setup.py file looks to this file and reads it when compiling the
package. In this way, we only state the dependencies in one location.
In addition to the core set of dependencies, development with Landlab, and common use of Landlab (e.g., running the notebooks) may have additional dependencies. These dependencies are described in the following files:
requirements-notebooks.txtindicates dependencies for running the notebooks.
requirements-testing.txtindicates dependencies for running tests.
requirements-dev.txtindicates dependencies for development (less building the documentation).
We provide two convenience environment files that address the two most common use cases.
environment.ymlspecifies an environment which installs a Landlab binary and all of the notebook dependencies.
environment-dev.ymlspecifies an environment with all development dependencies.
If a developer wants to build the documentation locally there are some
additional dependencies. We do not include these in
because it is uncommon for developers to need to build the docs locally.
An environment specifying documentation-building requirements can be found at