I recently decided to take a closer look at Conan, the C/C++Package Manager to enhance my dependency management.
This post briefly describes the steps to install Conan on Kubuntu 22.04 LTS based on the the official conan installation docs.
Using pip is the recommended way to install Conan. You can skip this step, if you already have pip3 installed.
sudo apt -y install python3-pip
pip3 install conan
Verify the installation
I got an error there, see below:
I got an error, telling me that conan could not be found. I had to issue the command from “Known installation issue part” and it worked fine and was gone after rebooting:
After that you can check your installed version:
Conan version 1.48.1
Now you are ready to use conan. See upcoming posts on how to use conan with CMake.
Some great talks by Matheusz Pusz about Conan, CMake integration, git, etc.: