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What about Windows version? #19
Not yet ready. But, here is information by Andreas Göb, who reported, that he has Enki running on Windows 7.
Update: since version 13 Enki depends on Qutepart. This dependency is not covered in the instructions below
What I did was basically:
The most difficult part actually was finding out how to run enki. Other scripts like easy_install provide wrapper .exe files for windows, so everything just works. For enki, I had to create a shortcut to "python.exe %PYTHON_HOME%\Scripts\enki" in order to run it. In addition, I used one of the png files on GitHub to create a windows compatible icon, so that is shows the enki icon istead of the python icon.
Besides these small issues it worked really well, and I could instantly start using it.
Thanks for detailed answer. I myself could easily do all these steps, since I'm familiar enough with the python, but it's not the way that most people will go. It's nice that you're not a fanatic Linux and don't restrict your project in the platforms. Especially considering that the technically there's no reasons for the restrictions.
Just a quick note: pyparsing moved to Python 3 (see their News entry from 2012-12-16).
They instruct Python 2 users to explicitly install pyparsing 1.5.7 with the command