xeus-sqlite has been packaged for the conda package manager.
To ensure that the installation works, it is preferable to install xeus-sqlite in a fresh conda environment. It is also needed to use a miniconda installation because with the full anaconda you may have a conflict with the zeromq library which is already installed in the anaconda distribution.
The safest usage is to create an environment named xeus-sqlite with your miniconda installation
conda create -n xeus-sqlite conda activate xeus-sqlite # Or `source activate xeus-sqlite` for conda < 4.6
Then you can install in this freshly created environment xeus-sqlite and its dependencies
conda install xeus-sqlite notebook -c conda-forge
or, if you prefer to use JupyterLab
conda install xeus-sqlite jupyterlab -c conda-forge
You can install
xeus-sqlite from source with cmake. This requires that you have all the dependencies installed in the same prefix.
mkdir build cd build cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/path/to/prefix .. make install
On Windows platforms, from the source directory:
mkdir build cd build cmake -G "NMake Makefiles" -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/path/to/prefix .. nmake nmake install