Installation from PyPI¶
tendril-utils-changelog can be installed normally from the Python Package Index.
Note that you will need write access to your python packages folder. This
means you will have to install as root or with sudo on most linux distributions,
unless you are installing to a virtual environment you can write to.
$ pip install tendril-utils-changelog
Installation from Sources¶
The sources can be downloaded from the project’s github releases. While this is the least convenient method of installation, it does have the advantage of making the least assumptions about your environment.
You will have to ensure the following dependencies are installed and available in your python environment by whatever means you usually use.
sudo may be necessary if you are not installing into a virtual environment.
$ python setup.py install
Installation for Development¶
Installation from the repository is the most convenient installation method
if you intend to modify the code, either for your own use or to contribute to
sudo may be necessary if you are not
installing into a virtual environment.
$ git clone https://github.com/tendril-framework/tendril-utils-changelog.git $ cd tendril-utils-changelog $ pip install -e .