Python 3.6 or later
The easiest way of getting Python (and some basic tools to work with it) in Windows is to use Anaconda, which provides python.
You will need a terminal for the installation. One is provided by Anaconda and is called Anaconda Console. You can find it in the start menu.
If you use a Windows Shell like cmd.exe or PowerShell, you might have to prefix ‘$PATH_TO_ANACONDA/’ to all commands (e.g. C:/Anaconda/pip.exe instead of pip)
pyglotaran is early development, so for the moment stable releases are sparse and outdated. We try to keep the master code stable, so please install from source for now.
This is the preferred method to install pyglotaran, as it will always install the most recent stable release.
To install pyglotaran, run this command in your terminal:
$ pip install pyglotaran
If you want to install it via conda, you can run the following command:
$ conda install -c conda-forge pyglotaran
First you have to install or update some dependencies.
Within a terminal:
$ pip install -U numpy scipy Cython
Alternatively, for Anaconda users:
$ conda install numpy scipy Cython
$ pip install git+https://github.com/glotaran/pyglotaran.git
For updating pyglotaran, just re-run the command above.
$ git clone https://github.com/glotaran/pyglotaran.git
Within a terminal, navigate to directory where you have unpacked or cloned the code and enter
$ pip install -e .
For updating, simply download and unpack the newest version (or run
$ git pull in pyglotaran directory if you used git) and and re-run the command above.