After I ran "python external/scons-local/scons.py", I got the following:
sh: svnversion: command not found sh: svn: command not found
scons: warning: The env.Copy() method is deprecated; use the env.Clone() method instead. File "/usr/rosetta3_source/src/SConscript.src", line 88, in ?
I checked that there is not svn installed in the computer. Should I run the svn_version.py file provided in the rosetta3_source folder to install the program? What should I do to avoid the scons warning?
You should be able to ignore those warnings.
The first is caused by a version number feature used by the developers (compiles the SVN version number into the code) - we meant to remove it from the release but we forgot. If you really want to remove it you can try commenting out most of the lines in the svn_version.py script. I suggest ignoring it.
The second is an internal SCons warning - again, a warning, not an error. Just ignore it (we all do).
Check the bin/ folder - you did get the executeables you needed, right?
Reply to above:
Yes, I did have the executeables I needed after I installed SVN program. Rosetta 3.0 is working for the demos provided in the package.